Friday, 29 June 2012

Yum, left over chips

Hi de hi, just poppin into say I'm back from my walkabout. Had a brilliant time, own room at the hostel, only the odd shower of rain and I was able to shelter so I didn't get wet, and I saw some new places in beautiful Yorkshire. I stopped off at Tesco on the way back, timed so I arrived just as they were doing the final markdown. I didn't get as much as I would have liked, but enough to feed me for another week and a bit, and I've stocked up the freezer with 12p wholemeal bread.

The kitties are all fine, thanks to Janet for looking after them. Mum cat was spayed while I was away, I'm just going to sit with them for half an hour before bed time. I've got some chips to microwave for supper, I got them last night from a chippy and there was too many, so I'll eat the left overs now, ha ha, waste not want not and all that. I'll catch up with you tomorrow with some pics. Toodle pip.


  1. Glad you had a good time with reasonable weather. When I have left over chips I toss them around in a hot frying pan, no added fat, and they crisp up beautifully. Lovely in a butty with vinegar from pickled onions.

  2. Happy you are safely home....can't wait for the stories and piccies!
    Jane x

  3. I could just eat some chips now! Glad you had a great time, I love Yorkshire, just wish hubby was well again and we could go for a visit.

  4. I am so pleased you had a lovely time.

  5. Brilliant. Was starting to worry...can't wait to see your pictures and read your adventures. Room to yourself - very swish.

  6. Did you know that the Scots language has no word for "left over chips" ?
    Just thought I'd share that :-)

  7. Nice to hear the weather held out foryour trip!

  8. Nothing like a leftover cold chip butty for breakfast the morning after.
    Love from Mum


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