If I'd remembered how quick it is to knock one of these up, I wouldn't have taken a four month break from making them.
And if I hadn't waited so long, I wouldn't now be faced with all my possible photo locations drowning in a depressingly dank sense of greyness.
The sky is grey.
The sea seems grey.
The land is grey.
And did I mention windy too?
As the winter starts to close in, I am reminded of random facts I have retained over the years. In particular, the one from a former work colleague who used to work for Ann Summers and who told me that the company sold more vibrators on my island that to anywhere else in the British Isles.
I'm not sure if that's a reflection on the adult male population here or that in the winter with such dismal weather there is very little to do. If you had a choice between an AS purchase or pondering whether to drive clockwise or anti-clockwise round the island for a little bit of light relief on a slow Sunday afternoon, what would you do?
Click here if you'd like some more enlightening facts about life on a small island.
No. 19 in particular struck a chord with me - is a daily NEWSpaper for 62,000 people really possible?
Anyway, I digressed.
This is No. 52.