Here's one we've missed: the first home game in the new Division Four.
No despondency from Trekker. He seems to be up for the adventure but he can't resist mention of the "Far North". At least it's not the "Frozen Far North". Not yet anyway. Mind you, a Saturday/Monday double-header trip to Chester and, yes, Workington was a good introduction to, well, the rest of the club's existence to date (for which we must pay due thanks). Torquay fans spotted at Sealand Road. I wonder how quickly our supporters settled into the habit of making all those trips up the A38 and then the A49, A34, A61 or whatever? Or, of course, long trips on corridor trains following routes and changing at stations which may no longer exist.
Mr Stiles, the new head at Westhill, was at the game. A man from Watford no less. Who remembers him? I bet none of those "executive principals" - or whatever schools have these days - would now join up to the supporters' club. Unless, of course, you know any who are so-minded. The top man at Aberdeen University is, I understand, a possibility.