Greetings from Bournemouth, where the BBC is operating from its traditional base of the conference centre car park.
I may not see daylight again before Thursday as any Labour conference news struggles to compete for airtime with Charlotte Church giving birth.
Labour are using the conference to launch a pamphlet arguing the case for Wales remaining in the UK.
Authored by Rhodri Morgan and Peter Hain, it states: "Ten years on since the referendum in Wales, we can rightly celebrate both the successes of devolution and the economic, social, cultural and political ties that bind together the countries of the UK - which are stronger than ever before."
Political ties stronger than ever before? With nationalists in power in Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh?
In the next paragraph, they add: "Plaid Cymru's new role in the Welsh Assembly Government has not at all dented their separatist aspirations."