It seems that Sandrine, the daughter who runs the imaginatively named 'Sandrines' hair salon in the local market town, is expecting, again. With her own set of wheels Madame Bay can now turn up at the salon and help out whenever called upon. No need to rely on the long suffering Monsieur Bay and the ageing Renault Twingo. Sandrines views on the improved accessibility of her mother are not recorded.
Wilf entered into the celebrations by christening two of the tiny tyres. Safely home he settles down by the front door for a nap. He has a ' Blimey ! That's a turn up for the books ' look on his face .