memory serves me well at the time I needed water then the snow had stopped the buses running. This time my lovely wife located everything we needed in Coventry and the buses were running. So a cup of tea between trips to the tap and the tank has been slowly filling as we, Jaq has taken her turn, put in more each day than we use.
Weatherspoons for lunch. It was Steak club day and the price of under £7 ($10) with a drink--be it coffee, beer or a shot of gin--was a bargain and we both thought the steak was good.
During our enforced stay we have conducted a food survey with the local Moorhens. Latest figures show that they like beetroot, tangerines, tomatoes. Leftover meatloaf providing the gulls are not around was also quickly pounced upon.
Things like carrot and potato peelings tend to be left to one side to be pecked at when we held back their favourites.