All work and no play certainly makes a dull blog.
I survived moving on my own, managed to set up the internet but not the wireless or the phone but leave the house civilised for Bee who returns to her new home (not quite what I mean) from Japan today. Packing for Bosnia, my computer power unit decided to blow just before I made my backup. Leaving at 4 am the next day meant I had no choice but to bring it with me so I had to pay to ship it back to France where the warranty hopefully has taken over.
The only good news was I was headed for Hotel Hecco in Sarajevo which advertise "computers in the rooms". So eventually I got back to normal and retrieved some of the urgent work, though now have to work on three countries at once to recover what was lost.
Sarajevo was covered in snow when we arrived. Flowers are still blooming and a trip to Tuzla (punctuated by traffic jams whilst rockslides were removed) gave a glorious display of autumn colours, as the leaves are only just turning, and havent yet fallen. By today the snow has all gone and the drizzle is warm.
Daytime work is going well for once, so I am able to do a night and weekend shift on the rest. Only another week to go and I get home, finish everything off and have a rest. Then I go off to start my new project. 18 months in the same place, with good food and wine. Watch this space.