“Where’s the cruise catalogue?”
“In the bin, why?”
“I need it for my blog, can you retrieve it?”
“No, I tore it into pieces...”
This morning two catalogues plopped through our letter box. One was a Suttons Seed catalogue and the other was a Saga Cruise catalogue. Paul is currently salivating over his seed catalogue whilst I have to be content with an overnight ferry trip across the Bay of Biscay in March. Oh well, who needs to eat at the Captain's Table when you can pick your own beans.
Last year when I was travelling TGV to Valence to the yoga holiday a Saga rep saved me from getting off at the wrong stop. (I am embarrassed to say).ReplyDelete
Oh the shame! I don't suppose you met many Saga reps in Vladivostok.Delete
"Who needs to eat at the Captain's Table when you can pick your own beans?" sounds like the kind of question that Sophocles or Confucius might have asked!ReplyDelete
Did they grow their own beans?Delete
Oh, were they on Gardener's Question time then?ReplyDelete
No, I think that was Alan Titmarsh...Delete
Sounds like a University Challenge question - Which beans did Confucius grow ? Is your mark for ten.ReplyDelete
Ha' ha! alas YP has been rumbled now....
How many beans make five?Delete
Do they really eat at the Captain's Table on a ferry? Blimey! That's POSH.ReplyDelete
They do on a Saga cruise but not on Brittany ferries. That's why I have to content myself with eating beans.Delete