It seems a distant memory now, but we went to Duxford for the first time in the October half term. We were going to go before but the American museum was shut and being refurbished so we waited until it re-opened.
It was certainly worth the wait - this was the first part we visited when we got there one Sunday morning at 10am, using the theme park rule of visiting the areas furthest away and then working your way back towards the car park - it works for us, anyway.
From the outside I thought it resembled a larger version of the Teletubby house, as the entrance area nestles into the surrounding bank. But it's certainly an amazing sight when you walk through the doors and come almost nose-to-nose with a B-52.
That's when we saw Al Murray. Yes, standing to one side chatting to a member of staff was the Pub Landlord. I spotted him first, and said to husband and daughter, quietly, 'That's that bloke off the telly! Pub Landlord!', which caused husband to spin round and look straight at him, make eye contact, and then act embarrassed as British people tend to do in that sort of situation.
We didn't interrupt him, just smiled and walked on by, with daughter asking me when we were out of earshot 'Who is he, is he famous?' She's a Harry Hill fan, and I said he was in Harry Hill's programmes and I thought in the Harry Hill Movie.
A bit later on my daughter and I were in the Ladies' loos, and talking from cubicle to cubicle as women tend to do if no-one else is there.
She said to me 'Ah, I think I remember him, was he the man in the dress in the nuclear power plant?'
We emerged from our cubicles to find a woman washing her hands, staring at us in the mirror like we were very odd.
We've since discovered that Al Murray wasn't in the Harry Hill Movie, and that actor was Jim Broadbent, so she will probably never work out what we were talking about!