What a busy day

It's been a busy day with such lots of excitement that i thought I would give a quick update.

I am in Paris! due some some work commitments, I've to jumped on the euro-star and made that short... and badly delayed .. journey.

The tomorrow will be dictated by work that needs to be done, but I am hoping to get myself about and get some flour snaps :)

I also has a conversation with Mr G Rain, and the idea of trying to arrange a visit to Wrights Flour in north london. So, who is up for it? If we can arrange an outing (and assuming that "deb the bread" doesn't mind giving us a guided tour) to Wrights? either email me or comment and we'll try and arrange something.

The final excitement which urged me to write this entry is an email i got from Sam (who is based out in the Czech republic).  it's a doooozy. I'll look to upload it tomorrow.

3 comments for “What a busy day”

  1. Posted 07 September 2013 at 08:47:56

    You can see how these flour arrangers start the arrangement. A little bit everywhere, but trying to keep it smart. You'll also notice, that the range of flour is pretty good, they obviously have a good deal with Allison flour.

  2. Posted 12 October 2013 at 08:21:08

    In the face of such costs, it is most tempting for operators to resort to alternatives such as cheaper tyres, or retreading and regrooving to prolong the tyre life-span

  3. Posted 09 January 2014 at 08:20:37

    Anyway, by the time my mum recovered from the "shelf shock", she walkie talkied my dad to bring a camera, but by the time he got there, they started filling the shelves again.

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