I had a nice comment posted the other day asking whether I had stopped the blog or if I had a problem. The truth is both of them but it was only temporary. I stopped the blog at Christmas mainly because there was a lack of new things to talk about. One can only write so often that there is an HMRC or Alert in the Wet Dock or that Suntis had arrived again. Also, I had a rough year last year with my health and I needed a few months to get back to normal. Mind you, the question often is “what is normal anyway” – 🙂 Well, I am feeling much better and getting back to doing things properly rather than finding excuses not to do anything.
Today’s post is prompted to two things. Last week Anglo Norden put up some new signs.
Since then there has been no reduction in the vehicles that park on the wharf overnight – or even during the day when Anglo-Norden are around. I assume that, as the weather gets better, we will see people fishing and crabbing as usual. We don’t see much swimming but…
Still, if you make the rules then I assume that you can break the rules. Yesterday, Anglo Norden put out some of the their wood packets across the wharf. They do this nowadays when Suntis is due. They have had some problems with cars being parked up to the edge when they arrive to unload first thing. This, nominally, stops this. We were confused as Suntis isn’t due until Sunday and they were putting these out on Wednesday. Then, this morning, we saw a car inside the barriers. We were trying to work out how that happened when, suddenly, there were lots of cars parked inside them.
There is obviously some sort of big meeting taking place. Lots of suits and briefcases going in. Now, I wonder what is going on? Does anyone out there know?
Let me know if you are glad to see the blog back. I will try and keep it going now but only about twice a week.