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Photo Diary - week ending September 24th 2006
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She Who Must Be Obeyed is in Scotland this week - visiting her mum, coming back on Wed. after a very
hectic schedule of business meetings in London. Subaru went to the garage for 30,000 service, plus bodywork repairs
after a couple of encounters with 'seven-minute drivers'*.

For some reason, on Monday Iain got it into his head that he 'had' to take his nap in the guest bedroom instead
of his own room:

Tuesday found me visiting the Westchester Medical Center at Valhalla, where I was surprised to see an unusual
visitor to the car park:

Wednesday saw Iain dragging me to the station to watch trains (yes trains not girls, honest!):

On Thursday I went looking for the increasingly-legendary P&W stone train - it never showed up, but a
nice old Metro-North Geep did:

Sunday... I left. Off to Bolongo Bay, in the USVI, for a couple of days R & R :-)

* 'seven-minute drivers'; in self-defence, whilst driving in New York, I regularly remind myself that all those drivers
around me passed a NY driving test, which lasts seven minutes and has something like a 98% pass rate. Back in the UK,
driving tests last up to an hour, and less than 50% pass first time...