|Littlehampton Armed Forces Day, 27 June 2015|
It was a great relief to wake up and find him in bed beside me.
Clearly I could be doing more.
The WW1 biplane battle they staged outside our window, and especially the Spitfire that turned up later (from the next war), also reminded me of the Biggles books, which I read as a child. Biggles arch enemy was Captain Erich von Stalhein (I hope I have that right) and they had many a duel in the sky. But it was always very gentlemanly as I remember it If Biggles dropped his sword mid-fight, Captain Erich von S would always gallantly wait till he picked it up again. And vice versa.
|Spitfire P7350 (Mk IIa)|
A cunning plan indeed - Baldrick at his best.
We asked Jackie and Linda over to see the re-enactments. And Jacks came back in the evening for a curry supper - mainly from the Waitrose chill cabinet, but I did make a veggie curry, the rice and the small small things,
Jean and I worked together on Saturday morning, but I think Jean had overdone it on Friday, so we did only half an hour on the doors and then went off and finished our magazine route calls for the month.
We seem to be in summer now. Its going to be very hot today. I don't do well in the sun - yet I have a guilt-making pile of return visits...