A BREAK IN TIME SAVES NINE.
By the way, that title is virtually meaningless, so don't try and work out any hidden depths in it.
At 3.45 am tomorrow morning my good lady and I will be mounting the steps onto a coach that will be taking us down to the English Channel and across the raging seas to France and thence onwards to Germany.
It's an early enough start and we both hope to nod off for most of the UK part of the journey, but probably won't.
We'll be making for the Black Forest, a spectacular forested part of Germany, famous for its Cuckoo Clocks and carved wooden ornaments. It's not all trees, though: there are also places like Lake Titisee, which is beautiful.
The hope is we'll have access to wifi, but the chances are greatly against it. Therefore I won't be taking a PC or laptop, but just an Android tablet that I bought for this kind of occasion. Given the availability of wifi and a fair wind (i.e., my own ability when it comes to modern technology) we'll be able to keep in some kind of touch.
But upon our return I'll do my usual and present you with an illustrated travelogue. I should be taking quite a lot of photographs of trees!
© Peter Rogerson 07.09.12