Betty Misty and Rascal are behaving themselves mostly, except one of them we are pretty sure it’s Misty keeps leaving little deposits around. Frustrating we don’t seem to be able to stop her.
The star was there again, no surprise. But, was a proper clear sky, or another break in the clouds? As I usually do, I stuck my head out the back door and was immediately drawn by the lovely view of The Plough and Cassiopeia. It really was a clear sky, and it felt just a bit nippy.
I could see the sky brightening behind the spinnaker as I walked toward the water front
Walking down Gosport high street, I was just going past the Holland and Barret lorry that had finished resupplying the shop when he started his engine, made me Jump!
Then a little bit further on, I was distracted by the Gosport timeline. My mind started wandering and I thought Hmm what I should do is a small piece of research against each date and write a small piece. Not the first time I’ve thought that.
Just as I was arriving at the water front, the #Breakfastclub started. The normal chair, 2E1PHW Peter, is taking a break today, so the chair is taken by G7EPE Dave. With M3OHN Peter and G6RTE Jo we always have a pleasant chat.
Doing my usual weather report from the end of the Haslar Marina Pier wall I watched the Normandie go by
Definitely colder this morning, I had my flat cap on, and a glove to hold my gadget stick Temperature was well down, 9.5C 84% humidity and atmospheric pressure of 1016. The wind was a quite brisk 4-5 knot northerly, making it feel really quite chilly.
It was a lovely walk, with a nice cup of tea at the end. A good start to the day, I hope yours goes the same way.