Cooler and wetter

Πέντε (AKA Five) accompanying Dave on the afternoon walk

All was quiet in the night except some annoying early barking from Fido. He’s going through a naughty phase at present. Needs to sort his life out!

We got a little damp on the morning walk as it started to come down with a little light rain at the release point. I sheltered in the large cave with those that don’t like to get wet but we were soon on our way. The remainder of the walk was uneventful.

Dave, accompanied by Oskar and Charlie, had a good walk around the Promontory albeit sunlessly. It was also chilly and breezy.

Off to Paleochora to Petrakis in between the showers. I managed to get back virtually dry as it managed to rain whilst I was in the store.

Lots of IT type work today mostly for EG. The IT company responsible for BCM (Bucks County Museum) contacted me this morning saying they’d received the replacement network switch and would be installing it ‘later in the day’. How could they contact me to test it out? As with everything this company does, they over-promise and under-deliver. Despite taking every effort to remain contactable throughout the day, they have not installed the replacement. What a complete and utter shower!

‘Shower’ has been the order of the day as we’ve had quite a few. Short but sometimes quite intense. The score is not that high with only 2.3mm but everywhere is very damp.

I managed to walk Dave and Πέντε around 14:00 without getting wet. There was even some sunshine for a few moments. Dave was flagging a bit on the way back and has been snoring in his bed since his supper.

The evening walk was also dry so I’ve been very lucky today. All back, fed and in bed without undue dampness.

Tonight is lentils and sliced beetroot garnished with leaves and stalks. Nothing wasted with a beetroot! There will be tomatoes and olives on the side and a little bread. Then I’ll fall asleep in front of the box…

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