Vertigo Leg 1: 2005, US

Sep
24
2010

'Slow-News Day'

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24 September 2010
'Slow-News Day'
Nice.  Day off.

It€™s grey and drizzly in Nice which, I confess, is not what I had hoped for.  Hopefully Spain will still be hanging on to Summer, but elsewhere you can really feel the change of seasons now.  We€™ve done pretty well though and of course the welcome prospect of some Winter sun on the New Zealand and Australia shows.

The day passed in a bit of a blur of catch-up chores that I have been putting off for too long.  That€™s about it.  Not much else to report.  There are slow-news days, even on a big rock tour.

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scout6
06 October, 2010
Booo
I'm already wearing my toque and it has snowed once. Looking out over the ocean in Nice doesn't sound like too much of a hardship even in the rain.
Hardfelt
05 October, 2010
Sun down under
It's not really hot and sunny late Nov/early Dec Down Under, but I'm sure that we;ll trun on enough heat to keep you Northern types happy. Being of Anglo-Celtic stock, I long for a fireside winter in the foothill of Wales/Downs of Ireland/Plains of England. Am I mad? My celtic sun-burn says not.
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