I should close the loop on this one with a few pics and a video.
Firstly in my defence I have to point out that it was I rather than the AAA guy that found the problem…
After I’d checked all the connections and couldn’t find any issue, all things (to me at any rate) pointed to battery suddenly bereft of life, ceased to be, pushing up the daisies as it were, so I settled down for a glass of wine and waited for AAA to arrive and work it out. When he told me the battery was fine and that he was flummoxed, I was about to ask him to come back the following morning with his flatbed to give me a ride home when I thought to check the wires around the ignition, which is when I noticed the kill switch at 45 degrees. Not once in over a year of at least daily driving had I done it before.
Anyway, happily I was able to go out and play a little the following day, although you can see the smoke from the wildfires was pretty terrible. (to be clear I’m not complaining about my visibility being affected while hundreds of people lost their homes…)
Excuse the aim of the videographer, clearly it wasn’t me and it’s entirely possible he was as pissed a fart.