The picture on the left is looking towards the city over the top of McDonalds. The light high up is from the beginning of the drive through section. Not one city light could be seen. Not even the lights in the taller buildings. The right hand picture is looking west and the light is perhaps five car lengths away from me on the road around the back of the service station back to the main road. Nothing else could be seen, not even the roof of the service station. When I looked straight ahead, I could see lights moving on the main road but I couldn't see any part of the car they were attached to. It was very eery and quiet.
I still couldn't sleep so stayed up till about 6:30 then went back to bed and slept till 9:00. This meant no church as I catch 8:30 bus.
As to knitting. I've made a mistake and my lace stitch count is out. I'm busy working back and trying to trace just where I went wrong.
My sister left today on an extended trip. Grey nomad style, but she's by herself. It's something she has wanted to do for many years but did not have money or health to do. She now feels recovered enough after the operation to remove cancerous spot on her lung 15 months ago to try. This was exactly the same type of cancer as every other occurrence of the original breast cancer but the operation was exceedingly painful and her ribs still hurt. She bought herself a Subaru Forester and a small A-shaped van with money from Mum's estate. She's rented out her place on the Mid North Coast.
The van is A-shaped when seen from the side and has an annex and other bits which are put up when on site. It's fine for one person and has a tiny stove and fridge. She'll be by herself in the Forester so will have extra space there. I asked itinerary and here are her plans for the next few months.
She's looking forward to it and is determined to go.