Around Britain on a mobility scooter

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11th November 2016

Good evening everyone,

I'll start by saying thank you to everyone who commented on Facebook this morning about the cats, but I will need to explain to those that read my website blog what happened. This morning Tesco Midsomer Norton got a call from a lady complaining about the cats being on leads, the lady on Customer Service explained that the cats were fine and they went everywhere on there leads etc, the lady wasn't happy with this and came out to ask me to talk to her, well I tried to get a word in the waterfall of words that came my way, when I did it was simple, call the RSPCA. I haven't seen or heard anything from them...

Last night was a bit of a low point mentally for me, I've no idea what brought it on and I was ok this morning but it was hard work to keep going.

Today being Armistice day I headed down to the cenotaph in Midsomer Norton rady for eleven o'clock, there was a good turnout of around sixty peopleincluding some local school children. There were some mutterings as the cars wern't stopped during the short service, I can understand why, it was hard to hear the chaplin over them! Today was also a day of me not doing a lot, its probably the first day for a long while that I haven't taken a photo of any description, I did however fix another puncture and patch a bit on the trailer where I had a leak the other day.

Tomorrow I head for Beckington near Frome ready for rememberance Sunday and to cover the ground around it, I also have to meet the local press there...

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