According to AuroraWatch, we're right in the middle of a full-blown aurora attack.
And, of course, the west of Scotland is giving us its regular weather routine of damp, dreich, miserable drizzle.
On the work front, things are progressing well in the field survey. We've finished one set of stairs and are almost through the other, and this dank, grim weather - while hopeless for aurora spotting - is quite helpful for spotting dim red lasers against blocks of sandstone,
Meanwhile, the plants just keep on coming. I've had two lots of pelargoniums from the Vernon Geranium Co. so far. One was a batch of three Mr Wrens - one got damaged (here, I think, not in transit...) and I think I'm going to lose it, and while a second is in fine form, the third looks a bit sick, though it seemed to be okay when it arrived yesterday. Their plants are normally excellent, and today's arrival - Pelargonium Golden Angel - is also in fine fettle.
I'm looking forward to getting hold of the rest now!
Adieu, everyone. Keep watching the skies! If they clear, that is!!!