Now, I wouldn't normally do this, but if I plonk a famous name into a posting I tend to get a few more hits as people go celebrity hunting on Google. So, here's Uncle Jim who is known as "dad" to (amongst others) Top Gear's James May. Do you see what I did there? I got James May and Top Gear into the text of the posting. Twice. That should bring in a few hits from soon-to-be-disappointed net surfers hoping to see something about James himself, whom I've never met. Uncle Jim is on the right, explaining something very deep and meaningful (I'm sure) to Milly and Trickers.I suppose it's part of the job description of "dad" that your offspring, even when they've purportedly reached maturity always show you the respect that might be considered your due.You'll have guessed that the lady on the right is Cousin Jane - and you'd be correct, of course. Here she is again with The Depitty.Finally, I must introduce readers to Auntie Kate, on the left here with Mrs The Millbrooker, me and Milly.
After a pint at the Seven Stars, the Millbrook-bound of us had to depart for the train whilst Milly and Trickers headed back to their B&B to try and get a decent night's sleep before house hunting in the area the following morning.
It was great evening out and our thanks go to Milly and Trickers for inviting us over to dinner (and sponsoring the event as well). I'm sure everyone will join me in wishing Milly the very happiest of birthdays. Altogether now..."Happy birthday to you, Happy birthday to you...."