Things are okay back here, hope your settling in to your new house okay.
Them pies don't don't look to bad.
Don't know when the next trip will be yet, but I'm looking forward to our next San-Mig Lite together.
If you want anything posted out just let me know.
I can always put something in the next box we send to the in-laws and get them to put it in the Phil Post.
Regards to everyone
Cheers Robert, settling in nicely now. Just waiting for the latest lockdown to lift a coupla notches and then I can go proper exploring, if any bars are still around to reopen. When you do get over, I'm sure we'll find somewhere and, if not, under the mango tree is a very pleasant spot!
Pies are top stuff. Bought two each of the minced beef, lamb roast (think meat and potato), beef and mushroom, and pork (made with minced pork, not like the UK) and they've all been excellent.
Bought the same again and shipped them over to a mate who lives in Quezon City on Sunday (excuse for a run out) who said, after trying, "I didn't realise how much I'd missed a good pie!" Think I've just found myself a fortnightly delivery task!
Got stopped at a checkpoint on the way home and told them I'd been delivering food to an aged friend who was housebound. The soldier was impressed, my mate, when I told him, not so much!
Finally got around to ordering some 30mm diameter nylon rod to cut up to make calibration blocks and set up the '38's air suspension properly. Of course, despite having 30mm in the advert and having 30mm written on the ends, they're 32mm. If it don't fit, just force it!
That'll be a right riveting read in the RR thread!
To keep the automotive content going, when I pulled up for only my second pie collection, the shop was deserted. A minute later, she came out with my order already packed up.
"How did you know it was me?"
"I see your car pull up and recognise it from the other day"
That'll do for me!