Back in civilisation

After a week at scout camp, it was nice to return to civilisation and be able to have a shower and clean myself properly of a weeks worth of accumulated grime. Camp went reasonably well. The weather wasn’t great until today, and we had rivers of water running through the camp during one rather heavy downpour, but the scouts seemed to enjoy it, despite the Ticks (Tim had 11), and the cooking (they claimed the Army 24 hour ration packs were nicer). All that remains now it to pack everything away, and work my way through the mountain of washing accumulated over the last week. Sleeping in a proper bed tonight will be a nice luxury after a week of sleeping bags and airbeds.

Whilst I was away, the council saw fit to paint a selection of white lines in the parking bay near the house to delineate the spaces. Quite why they felt this to be necessary I don’t know. We’ve coped perfectly well without the lines in the 8 years or so that I’ve been living here, and no doubt for many years before that.

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4 Responses to Back in civilisation

  1. Father says:

    Have they put lines for parking on the pavement outside your front door tho’?

  2. rjw says:

    Not yet, but that’s not stopping me parking there.

  3. Father says:

    Wow, a new look? Or is Netscape (someone has got to use it!) playing up again?

  4. rjw says:

    It’s a bit different, and completely broken in Internet Explorer.