It was mighty windy last night. The howling squalls woke us up and according to the local forecast we had gusts of more than 30 knots. It played havoc with the recycling bins put out last night for collection this morning. One box of recycling had been blown down the road distributing its contents along the way. As it passed us it unloaded more than a dozen Walkers’ crisp packets into our drive. I collected up the crisp packets and wondered which neighbour is the secret crisp eater. Little did I know a more intriguing find was to follow. Among the crisp packets was an empty blister pack of Viagra. We are now waiting to see who retrieves the recycling box and who, therefore, consumes not only industrial quantities of Walkers’ crisps but impressive amounts of Viagra.