Legends from our own lunchtimes

Monday, October 06, 2014

It's quite clear.

It’s clear that there are things to be done, but it’s also clear that the things to be done can only be done by one person at a time, so while one of us made himself scarce fiddling on other people’s boats, the other did what she does best of all and simply got on with the job in hand.

The party though if that’s what it is, has grown to ridiculous proportions. We now have four Australians, two Kiwis, two Brits and a pair of Americans participating in the sort of progressive supper that is surely not designed to ensure that work will begin in the morning at any hour before “later than we’d hoped.”

In any case, the morning fog and cool is not particularly conducive to early starts, unless one is prone to walking around the village with camera in hand.

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