Well…the Hospital Broadcasting Conference is almost over – most of the delegates have gone home, and conference team are sitting around with our feet up and quaffing our choice of rehydration fluids.

If you’ve been watching my Facebook page you’ll know some of the following, but for those of you who don’t – or who’d like a bit more detail…

Our performance at the Totton Drama Festival went well, the adjudicator was nice about us, and out of a cast of seven we had four award nominations, and one award winner. Well done to Natalie for picking up the Best Supporting Actor award :-) .

The next morning I hopped on a plane – minus my coat and camera – for Glasgow, and the above mentioned conference. A weekend of minibus driving, interspersed with other bits of conference helping, and of course a few geocaches – well, nine actually. I had one fail to find because the final location looked a bit trespassy – as in, it was on the private side of a barbed wire fence – and another where it looked like ground clearance had taken away the vegetation in which the cache was hidden, but otherwise I found everything I looked for.

This evening’s plans centre on relaxation, a bar snack and an early night: Tomorrow’s main features are expected to be taking the minibus back to the van hire place, and catching the flight home. And hopefully, somewhere in the meantime, finding the ticket that will enable me to get my car out of the long-term parking at Southampton.

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