Sunday 11th October 2015
Up at 0345hrs, WC made a cuppa, started laptop.
Feeling so drained this morning.
After spending a good while searching for me wrist-band alarm thingamajig I found it on me wrist. Oh dear!
Posted yesterdays diary to WordPress then went on Facebook for a good while.
Did some graphicasionalisationing for later use.
Got missen washed and ready for me outing and BJ to arrive, all excited like an ankle-snapper! Hehe.
BJ rang, coming in ten minutes.
Went down to meet him and we were off and on the way to the station.
Very very busy this year. Heck of a job parking.
1940’s Cars lorries, ambulances, fire engines etc. galore.
Within five minutes I’d wandered off and lost BJ and Richard.
The mock battle around the water lake was good as usual, but so any people attending and enjoying themselves meant I could not get near enough to take any photographs of the actual battle.
Many weapons on show and the exhibitors were willing to have a gossip and natter with us.
Wandered around to my hearts content nattering away.
The period music sang by performers to background music was really enjoyable and I spent a good while listening them. Mainly because i’d done so much walking and then sat down in a shady nook under some trees to harken to the singing and me knees froze and it was hell of a job to get up afterwards! Hehe!
The music session ended and as I sat there building up the nerve to test me mettle and moved me knees to get up -A couple walked through the area with a little puppy that I just fell in love with. It took me about 15 attempts to get a decent photo of the little rascal as he hardly ever stopped jumping running and chasing around, but I managed to get one in the end.
I’m going to make a photograph album of this visit to Papplewick and put all these and the other ones wot I took as well as and besides on me photo’s in it on me Facebook page.
I near the cafe was, but previous visits were enough to warn me of the ‘Cat-wassiness’ of their tea – possibly the worst weak watery tea I’ve ever bought – so no chance of me having a cuppa there! I did have a stand around and took some photographs there as well. Two chaps in genuine looking Wehrmacht Uniforms kindly posed for me get their images.
I spotted two Dachshunds with a bloke outside the cafe and wondered if they were a German breed?
I went to have a look in the pump-house but it was so crammed with visitors I gave up and hobbled back out. No problem though, I can visit the pump-house any time of year.
Eventually I got too weary and returned to the bench in the croft and had a go at me crossword book while I listened to some records of old music being played.
That was when BJ fund me.
He told me he’s lost Richard as well and had just found him, and Richard spotted me and it was time to get going!
As BJ drove me home, we were passed by the MG Sports car that Richard had fell in love with.
BJ dropped me off at the flats, thanked him and made me way to the porcelain awaiting my attentions…
Me knees were giving me some gip, but I was glad that I had not suffered any dizzy-spells today.
A weariness of great magnitude overcame me.
I decided not to bother making any nosh, just too tired. So I made a pot of the special offer Noodle Pot – had that and some crisps afterwards and started nodding straight away – but for some reason it still took me ages to get off to sleep proper like.