And all good things must come to an end. Although hopefully not Greggs, I’m hoping that lasts so far into the future that the mind cannot imagine a time when that will end. Anyway, I digress.
We got to the stop in Birmingham with good time and then stood there looking vacant and confused (well, I did) for around fifteen minutes. It was unclear why the bus hadn’t yet arrived, until I thought it might be useful to look around the corner about three minutes before the bus was ready to go. I’m sure Nathan would have done the same, but what it did mean was that in effect we’d been standing in the wrong place…. I say I’m sure, but he might not have done, just for the record…
I checked with the driver that the bus went to Norwich and then told him that I had a friend with me. I was partly hoping he just told me to get on and there wasn’t time to get Nathan, but the driver was helpful and suggested that I might want to collect Nathan from around the corner. Anyway, that done, we boarded and took our seats on the back row. This would have been really spacious if the end seats of the row in front weren’t reclined, but we had three seats between us which seemed enough.
The bus journey was uneventful, other than for the watching of Friday Night Dinner and talking about Scott. Makes a change from talking about other people, so he should be honoured. We arrived back into Norwich pretty much on time and that marked an end to GeoGuessr2…..