Morning all, @Mel dCP that zip wire looks awesome. There is absolutely no way I would get himself near it but it looks fun. Yesterday, I flew back from the South of France. It was Patch's first holiday... or, more importantly, it was his first time in hot weather. Pumpy always cope with the weather but didn't cope with my hot weather clothes. On a UK hot day, I usually wear troos with a belt for Pumpy to clip on to. But when it get Mediterranean hot, floaty skirts and dresses emerge from my wardrobe. That usually meant Pumpy would be tied to my upper thigh using a doubled over pump belt. The belt got a bit sweaty and dosing insulin was a pain as I has to get Pumpy out. In contrast, Patch hid on my midriff. Skirts and dresses floated over him. I just had to get my remote control out to dose with no need to hitch up my skirts. The user interface is much better too. Pumpy's ui could not cope with bright sunshine. I knew my way around the controls but pressing the up arrow until I reached the right dose was prone to overrun. Patch's ui is brighter and is much easier to just type in a dose... provided I remembered which way up the keyboard goes. So, he passes the hot weather test with flying colours. Shame my cough didn't pass but at least the miles and miles of walking up and down hills counteracted any bg rise so no need for a temp basal. Unfortunately, I had to come home to a pile of laundry and a cold. Himself will be heading up to help his Mam post hip replacement op so is trying to keep away from me as his doesn't want to catch it and pass it on. So I could do with some cuddles from some of your pets @Antje77. But it looks like everyone has got over their sniffs here which is good. Enjoy being spoiled on Father's Day, spoiling others and remembering good times with those who are no longer here.