Good Grief Charlie Brown.
If you drive along the M74, through South Lanarkshire, you can see Europe's biggest wind farm being built. It is pretty big, well I suppose it would have to be, to be the biggest in Europe, but one thing always gets me a-thinking.
How do you efficiently put these things up?
If you have ever seen the blades for these things being transported along the motorway then you will know that they are huge. Massive. And therefore you need a big crane to erect them.
I've just bought some biscuits. Not bought biscuits for ages, well apart from cheese biscuits. I mean biscuits for cheese, not biscuits made from cheese, which you may think is obvious but you have chocolate biscuits and these are biscuit made from (or with)
So there I was, standing in the middle of the biscuit aisle in a well known Supermarket (Tesco) trying to work out how many packs I would have to buy to keep equal numbers of each pack and still take advantage of the three for two offer. In the end I opted for the Shortbread, the Custard Creams and the Digestives. Whilst I was packing the bags at the checkout it dawned on me what a twat I had just been. The biscuits were only about 30p each so it wouldn't have broken the bank to buy a fourth pack, offer or no offer.
Still, I've just had some with me coffee, not the Digestive of course, and they were blooming lovely.