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Hope you are all well – we are still battling the cold
weather here, although we did have some respite on our trip to
Orlando. We went in early to relax before the show. Our friend
Jeremy organised a special meeting with Mario the female
penguin! (don’t ask) lots of oohs and aaahs. His girlfriend
Jenna works at Seaworld and kindly took us backstage. The
weather was glorious and it was so good to see some sunshine.
While we were there we went to the aquarium and almost swam
with the sharks....................
The night before Megacon our friend Joe arranged for us to
meet up at Delmonico’s for a delicious supper with some old
friends (and not so old) – thanks for a great evening guys.
Our last visit to Megacon had been a few years back and it
was great to be there again. It was beautifully organised by
Beth along with members of her family and friends. A great
Orlando is becoming like our second home as we visit so often
and have made so many good friends - hope to be back soon.
Back to the cold weather in the UK and then we were off to
Germany where it was even colder..........what is going on with
We travelled to Dortmund for the Movie Days/The Dark Zone
convention organised by Angelo and Eric. This was a show that
has grown immensely since we were there last. It had interesting
themes with a mixture of fans, some from horror and some from
Short and sweet this time folks, but watch out for the
following updates from all corners of the world.
Take care and speak soon.
FEBRUARY 27, 2013
Can't believe its already February - we have sort of
hibernated since New Year, and although our snow has not been as
dramatic as in the US - its been pretty cold.
Nothing much happened in January which suited us as last year
was very busy and it was great to relax for a bit. I say relax
because after the news broke about The Disney/Lucasfilm deal I
was inundated with calls and requests for interviews on my
thoughts. Some were done by email, some by telephone and even
some by filming.
Our first event of the year was MCM at Telford. This was a
one day show, but extremely busy and great to see so many people
dressed up. The themes were many, Star Wars, Star Trek, Merlin,
Dr Who to mention a few. I was rather impressed with this
motorbike helmet (made me wish I had a Harley Davidson). It was
my Birthday while we were at the show, and thanks to everyone
for all my birthday greetings. I was hoping Maureen would bake
me a cake, but it would have been difficult in our hotel room.
If she had I would have liked one like the cake below.
As we were in the beautiful county of Shropshire we spent a
day in the Ironbridge Gorge where Abraham Darby III built the
famous cast iron bridge – the first of its type in the world. It
was built in 1779 and designed by Thomas Farnolls Pritchard. It
is now a landmark and tourist attraction and became part of a
UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its spans the fast flowing River
Severn which has the recurring problem of flooding. We went
round the interesting museum and saw an amazing 12 metre (39 ft)
long model of what the Gorge looked like in 1796. Despite the
fact it was a freezing cold windy day there were many tourists
All for now - our next trip is to sunny Orlando for Megacon -
hope to see some of you there.
All the best as always
Happy New Year to you all. We had a fairly hectic Christmas
with the family visiting from Sri Lanka. I was also working on a
documentary here in London. After the heat of Asia Jossie was
very happy to put on some warm clothes to feed the wildlife in
our local park.
The Lego advent calendar I bought in the auction at the 501st
ball was a huge success with Ned & Jossie who loved all the Star
Wars characters. They made a pretty good job of decorating the
tree with just a few adjustments from us when they had gone to
I made an excellent job of cooking Christmas lunch despite a
few glasses of champagne – which is compulsory on Christmas
morning here in the UK
Getting back to normal now and planning the year ahead which
is shaping up to be quite busy. I have commissioned a limited
edition of my very own patch designed by the artist Kevin Liell.
I will be giving it away free with every purchase of my book
'Flying Solo' as from now. It will only be available from me.
Speak very soon with a list of new dates as they are
confirmed and hope to see some of you in the coming year.
All the best
Jeremy – The Fett
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