The trouble with silver cars is that a) they are common as muck and b) muck is very common, so returning to a large open car park after dark and trying to locate your ride home can be tricky. Usually at Edinburgh airport I park in the multi and manage to just about remember the level, the rest is easy. On Wednesday I chose the open air long stay in a burst of economic anguish and thanks to a quick bus pick up and little thought on my part, on my return I could not find my car.
Panic however didn't set in, I just walked around for a while, at angles, across bays, from sign to sign, from pay point to bus stop. Many cars were found, none were mine. I thought about asking for help at the office but the potential humiliation was too much so the random walking continued until after about twenty minutes we were reunited and I sped of as if nothing had happened. The last time this happened was in Disneyland when I couldn't remember the colour of the hire car only that it was in the Dopey area with a cuddly toy on the back window shelf.
Favourite old tunes of the day:
The King will come - Wishbone Ash.
White room - Cream.
Folsom Prison blues - Johnny Cash.
Soup of the (yester)day: mature vegetable.
Amplifier of the day: TEC6200 Stereo Power 100w.
Sweet of the day: Chunky Kit-Kat.
Pie of the day: Mince round.
Effect of the day: Phaser.