Holy Cow!! These kinds of stories make me glad I live in the country!
Cambs, do you ever have a "normal" day???.
Honestly? that aint far off what is a normal day for me lol! people say i should write a book. now and again I think about it. I wake up some days thinking I live in a carry on film! it was those two ultra disabled people who I took cos no one else can cope with them doing arobics at crack of dawn over my head or something and blind, deaf, bad legs, bad heart, (the one with only one eye was driving!) Im soft touch for disabled people due to my grandmother (who passed away 2 years ago) was very disabled and we appreciated places that helped so I try and help others where i can as so many places just go Not SUITABLE and slam down the phone. I feel bad for them. Maybe its cos I come from a loony bin family?
We used to have a retired solicitor who would drive up from the US to visit Montreal. Couldn't read unless the newspaper was about 3 inches from his face, but drove! He came for Christmas, and was spreading Christmas joy, hourly to twinks.
(It's a long story and was at our previous B&B and no one else was booked for Christmas. The rooms also had a private entrance. I wouldn't stand for that, now, but we were hobbists, then.)
PS: Just out of curiousity, how many knew what I was talking about without clicking the link?