So we decided to stay in in London
have a beer
So the boss Flying Officer Hudson.
He made a phone call to the RAF
and we walked in there and and we were met
but pretty proud people.
Current serving members, officers
And yeah, we got
couple of handshakes, pats on the back
what they you know,
and all of a sudden we're walking in there
Think, you know, you would just
Um, just quite a nice moment.
But it didn't, didn't last long,
So we had one beer back in the van
I think it wasdefinitely needed to just because of the
the pressure building up in like
just wanting to do a good job,
just nice to relieve all that stress.
A nice cold beer
And then we went back to RAF Northolt
look we're we are stopping off
We are to stop off at the club because
that was just intense. So intense.
I, I think it was a good shout.
If I look back
now, if I, if I think back now of to what
I look around the bearer party themselves
and no one realized the magnitude
and they'll probably all try and hide it
It was just a job,
we got off the minibus
and straight away somebody went,
and you know, we were and we couldn't
Um, yeah, we had a, we have
one drink, we sort of spoke about what
went back to got
So we went to the officer’s club afterwards.
Our officer kind of blagged us in
as collateral to the front desk.
And then we went down, met some, some high
They were going to be part
So they were on the,
how proud they were
And it was,
I think, reassurance for us and everyone,
with the communication that was going
But, you know, reassurance of of people
And so I was it was it was good to hear.