Grendon Underwood has a Ready For Service Date set for Broadband of March 24th. So at last we can join the Internet Revolution
Well another week in Edinburgh with a mixture of rain and sunny days. Going home though was rather a bind. Started off by having to check my luggage in, this was the first time ever I had not taken my bag as hand luggage. Plane though was larger then usual, and the trip back to Birmingham was well ahead of schedule.
Having two buses to meet the plane must have caused severe confusion for the ground staff. The second bus which I boarded had to wait with its doors locked and us on for 15 minutes while someone was found to open the doors to Arrivals. At least I did not have to wait for the luggage to appear on the carousal.
Next to the car, and as I looked for the fascia to my new MP3 car CD player, I tried to turn the interior light on. Oh no, it was already on, battery was flat. As I walked back to the NCP office, I thought luck was with me, I met an NCP man with a battery pack going to start someone else. I will be with you in 10 minutes he said. Thirty minutes later I stopped a car park bus and they radioed for him. On my way he said. Another 10 minutes and he was with me. To be fair he had been called back to the multi story to help the police arrest a man breaking into cars. Soon the car was running and I was away.