Tuesday, 10 July 2007

It's not there now, the ground's all flat...

An update to the earlier post: Today was the day the material arrived. I was reminded of the Bernard Cribbin's song, 'Hole in the Ground':
"Well there we were, discussing this hole
Hole in the ground so big and sort of round it was
It’s not there now, the ground’s all flat
And beneath it is the bloke in the bowler hat
And that’s that"

And nearby, earlier in the day, three official sort of gentlemen were seen taking stock of the situation.

What situation? Not obvious, but has anyone seen them since?

So that's about a 3 week lead time from getting a hole acknowledged, to getting it filled (based on a limited sample size of 2!)

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