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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
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Wednesday, 23 September 2020

LOOK WHAT TURNED UP.

 It's a beautiful day here. I thought it was going to rain but I must have looked at the wrong day or the forecast for somewhere else. Anything is possible in this crazy world. I see the Covid thingy is due to mutate again late Sunday, it is safe to go out until 2000hs but after that it will get you and we will overwhelm the NHS. We have been banned from entering strange houses but they said nothing about looking through their windows so that's okay. I went down to the bottle bank with the site empties. What a lot there were, seven sacks full. On the way back I called at the haircutters and fortunately looked through the glass door before barging in. The haircutter had her skirt hiked up and was adjusting her pantyhose......Very nice.....I asked if she had her knickers in a twist. She was very rude and said if she heard so much as a whisper of this in the town then it would be the last haircut I'd need. I don't know what this fuss was all about as her frocks leave little to the imagination hiked up or not. 

The first grain lorry arrived, that'll be about thirty tonnes less in the shed.

I saw this arrive last night.
These are a smashing little bike, really compact and quite rare. It's the road going version of the GS, 800cc and in wonderful condition. This one will be getting on for forty years old but doesn't look to have done a lot. It's on it's way to Belfast. 



Nothing else to report so I'll have some lunch and then try and grab a quick siesta.


9 comments:

  1. It was our turn to get some rain today. Nothing spectacular, just miserable.
    I miss the Abacus challenged Abbott's pronouncements - endless hours of fun to be had.

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    1. John, it is funny until you realise there are another 649 almost as thick, some are possibly dafter. It's possibly cheaper to keep them all in one place but I doubt it.

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  2. Good to see the loader in action. Lucky it wasn't raining. Unusual to see the man up top. The driver is usually down on the ground watching the weigher.

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    1. Rachel they all do that here, I have never understood why they don't just watch the axle weights.

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  3. I must be going blind. Actually, I know I am but there is an added problem in that I sometimes have trouble processing what I see correctly. I thought I saw streamers on that motorbike and it wasn't until my poor brain paused to realize that was not likely that I saw they were those ratchet tiedown thingys. That's a nice looking bike, not as big and scary as most. Lucky you got that new book the other day so you can read when you are locked in after 10 pm. I don't understand your lockdown rules. I thought ours were odd but you guys have us beaten hands down.

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    1. Pauline, the curfew or whatever it is won't affect me as I'm usually in well before 10pm. Were I to go out then there's nobody to see or care. Politicians have always been useless but the current lot have a malicious streak as well. Perhaps they always did.

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  4. In France the tu les change ever week.
    Everyone is masked and I wonder if it is effective.

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