Sandy, one of our ukulele band, organised a trip to the `Victorian Christmas` at Gun Wharf Quay Portsmouth on Saturday last. This was an excellent fayre with many Victorian children and teachers all dressed for the occasion. With the rain and the fake snow [which I thought was real for a moment] the poor kids were a bit cold which made it seem real. They were well looked after but they all entered into the spirit.
I enjoyed the simulated helicopter ride, so real with the moving panoramic views, that I had to balance myself. The shopping was good too, in that there were many novel items for all stockings.`
Carousel and many stalls all Victorian style. A good day out and very well organised by our Sandy.
Recently obtained a few more `cat` postcards. I still have a lot of my own artwork signed postcards if anybody wants to buy them 10 for £1. Enquire via my e-mail email@example.com
My book is still selling well at the Herald office in Hythe, don`t know how well at Waterstones, Amazon. Beaulieu, and Exbury.
I believe I have mentioned that one turned up in a second hand bookshop on Vancouver Island.` The buyer gave it as a present and the receiver, a lady potter, sent me a very flattering e-mail.
All for now, so all those who read this, may I wish you all, good luck for 2016 and have a lovely Christmas.
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