Well, yes, that probably describes me again.
However, the ladies from the IOM Family History Society asked if they could bring along a colleague with his drone to take overhead shots of the memorial garden as their hand drawn plans were a little out of scale and possibly missing a few entries. They thought that the footage from the drone recording would be very useful. Of course we said yes.
They arrived today at lunchtime and kindly brought some warm sunshine along with them to help with the filming.
P loved the opportunity to chat with them - he is very gregarious, unlike me.
They were quite impressed with the work P has done since we moved in, cleaning and tidying it all up so that the headstones can now be read. When we moved in, some of them were covered in a decade or so of fallen leaves, mud and green slime, caused by our neighbour's enormous conifer tree that has now, thankfully, been felled.
They seemed quite pleased with the footage they had recorded and I am hoping that they may share it with us. It would be interesting to see it from a different angle.