Tag Archive: road trip

Jul 02

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Eleven

It’s nearly midnight now. We’ve still not escaped the car. Delirious minds analyse The Proclaimers it seems.

Jun 27

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Ten

As night begins to fall, Al & The Woolly are still stuck in the car. Tiredness sets in and the jibberish quota rockets.

Jun 21

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Nine

So we’re on our way home. Technically this should be The Road From Glastonwick I suppose. Oh well. Do you think I can get through an entire clip without mentioning having a wee?

Link to part ten once you’ve watched this vid

Jun 21

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Eight

The toilet situation now reaches crisis proportions – as does pretty much everything else. Will there be a happy ending?

Link to part nine once you’ve watched this vid

Jun 20

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Seven

We’re still in transit. And worse still – there’s not a toilet in sight!!!

Link to part eight once you’ve watched this vid

Jun 19

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Six

Al and The Woolly reach the M25. Then wish they hadn’t!

Episode 6 of the worst road movie ever made.

Link to part seven once you’ve watched this vid

Jun 18

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Five

As the car journey carries relentlessly on, Al and The Woolly engage in deep theological debate.

Link to part six once you’ve watched this vid

Jun 17

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Four

The latest edition of the road trip video. A trip to Northampton Services doesn’t go too well.

I couldn’t work out how to bleep out company names on my video software so they’ve stayed in. Booooo.

Jun 16

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Three

The journey continues past the Watford Gap. Still a good way until Glastonwick though.

The soap opera in a car continues.

Link to part four once you’ve watched this vid

Jun 15

The Road To Glastonwick – Part Two

I posted Part One of our 16 hour road trip yesterday, so scroll down to watch that first.

Here’s part two.

For fellow nerds I’m using PiTiVi on Ubuntu Linux and starting to get the hang of it now.

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