July 6th, 2010

Life on the Road

Life on the Road We had great fun filming this, after a cautious start we couldn't drag mem away!  Of course we use the streets of Palmers Green and boy did we get some funny looks from the locals.  Soon as there saw what we were doing though everyone had a good laugh.  

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It was a bit tricky with the scene at the Fox car park coz there was loads of traffic and the cars couldn't see Mem - bit dangerous but we didn't tell him that and he carried on lovin it! 

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