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A Cracking Friday

Pano of the lake

And a very nice way to end the day – with one exception…

HouseI spent the morning doing a spot of Raspberry Pi programming as well as getting some goodies in the post from China – but yesterday was just about the warmest day we’ve had so far, topping 30c so off we went to the lake for a dip. The road to this section of the lake is a mess, full of potholes – really, it’s just a service road and it is very long – hence – once again we had the whole place to ourselves – wonderful. We took our new glorified inner tubes to float in and had a marvellous time. The house on the right is just one we spotted out in the wilds while travelling. Brand spanking new by the look of it with silver trim on the roof – an absolute masterpiece.

We popped into Lidl for shopping and as I was happily chewing on a very soft cheese pastry – a rear lower filling just dropped off – I could have sworn it was something in the food – but no – so that’s a job for Monday – fortunately the local dentist apparently speaks English!

View from Debbie's houseIn the evening we popped over to a friend’s house for a BBQ and had a great time. Maureen has done something to her foot and it is painful so we didn’t stay too late.

Today (Sunday) I’ve been working on updating some control software on a Raspberry Pi3 as well as printing out my proxy forms for the EU elections – and this evening – a quiet Pizza somewhere.

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