The last day of the course went very well. By this point, the Gorse Fox was in the swing of it and thoroughly enjoying himself - possible more to the point, the students seemed to be enjoying it also. Certainly the feedback sheets were very very positive.
At lunchtime, GF was pleased to see an old colleague - who had retired several years ago - sitting in the Starfleet restaurant. We had a brief chat about the meaning of life, the Universe, and the cost of fish - and generally put the world back on its axis.
The course closed down by mid-afternoon and GF was soon on the road. Despite the Friday traffic on the M40, round Oxford, round Winchester, and round Chichester, he still managed to get home before the early evening news.