Fortunately this didn't happen and I was able to spend the day doing useful things at home. So first thing I lit the back room stove and watched Country Tracks and did the washing up. The newly empty bowl allowed me to sort through a carrier bag full of pretty manky tomatoes, thrown out by the two retailers. I washed them and cut out the bad bits... which ended up as over half of the bag full. However... I collected a large colander full of trimmed tomatoes. I used a reject onion, a bought potato, a stick of celery, and fried these up first, then added the tomatoes, chopped with scissors. I stewed this gently on the stove for several hours, and will tomorrow season it and 'whizz' it to a smooth soup.
After lunch I did some work outside... I gathered together a load of twiggy bits, trimmed off sticks and branches, and hedge trimmings, and shredded them as I needed some woody stuff for the composting. I cut back some old brambles and fed those through the shredder too. I didn't get a chance to put the stuff on any of the heaps though, as I remembered that Mandy Waggett had invited me to collect a load of wood she'd sorted out of her garage (and put on Freecycle) so I went round with some paper sacks to load it up, and filled the trailer and two sacks.
Gill made tea... the left over butterbean and veg stew with some extra bits, and a topping of mashed potato and sweet potato, so a sort of cottage pie.
I went out after this and brought another trailer full of logs home, and decided to call it a day. But then I sorted out a load of nails and ironwork pulled out of the grate, and put this for recycling (I take it to Hazel Court) and stripped a bit of copper wire, and shelled some pumpkin seeds too. As usual, I didn't start winding down til about 2am, well after The Sky at Night.