Nothing exciting today, I'm afraid. I've moved on to digitising some old family holiday pictures and diaries, which I'm sharing with the family via Dropbox, as they really will (I think) be too boring for other readers. The family are loving them, so that exercise will continue.
Meanwhile I'm continuing to digitise some old backpacking and other trips, which I am putting onto these pages. It's interesting to look back at the gear etc from the 1980s, when we took turns to make diary entries and everyone had their own style. If you've bothered to read these you may have noticed some 'in jokes'. Don't worry if some of these puzzle you, they may be just as much of a mystery to the authors. The picture quality of these entries is modest, to say the least, as I'm simply taking photographs of photographs. It's just too big a job to dig out all the negatives (unsorted in a big box) and scan them. However, when I come to trips recorded on slide film, I will try to scan the slides.
All this will continue long after Lockdown and will never be fully completed, but what I am doing is opening at least a small window on the past.
Meanwhile our garden is flourishing, with the azaleas doing well just now, as well as the clematis which is just out of shot to the left in the next picture, near the tomato plants kindly donated by JJ that are growing taller every day.
We popped round to say hello to Owen (parkrunner) in his care home the other day. We hope he didn't eat all the cake at once! On the way home we noticed a new arrival from Scandinavia (well, the registration would indicate that it came to the UK some time ago!). They stopped making the PV544 in 1965, so perhaps this motor can be forgiven for showing its age!