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Still on a high from meeting our family it was nice just to sit down quietly and catch up with those who were available for lunch. We got the guided tour of Boston Town including of course best Pub, The Boston Stump which was unfortunately closed and Centenary where Carl & Kelly were married a year ago.
We checked out the local shopping ...
Wow what a night!
After facebooking an event to hopefully meet some of my British family for the first time we were utterly taken back by at 40-50+ strong turnout. Walking through the door to the Burton House Restaurant we were anxious, nervous and not sure what to expect then all of a sudden it was like the pages I see daily on facebook had come to life.
It was fabulous to also see the Smith side of the family finally meet the Rowe side ...
This trip really began back in February when I won some money in a competition on Dickinsons Real Deal on the television. There was enough money left over, after we had booked to meet our great grandson in South Korea, to book a cruise. We decided on the Caribbean again as we had enjoyed it so much the last time. We will be visiting some different islands this time. We thought it would be ...
... kingfisher I've ever seen, and a water rail. In the afternoon we took a guided walk with a friendly group of people to both fresh water and brackish ponds. We spent the whole day and had a great time. Allen learned about a nearby beach which is supposed to be good for seeing a spectacle at high tide. We will go tomorrow.
Wednesday we start with a trip to Holt, a town of a couple thousand. ...
... This time we found street parking without a time limit.
While in the Apse we were told to look up at the Lincoln Imp. Sure enough high up one of the columns is a carved imp. We asked the elderly gentleman who pointed it out to us and he said that pilgrims would come to this part of the cathedral to worship St. Hugh. The imp was to remind them that a pilgrimage wasn’t enough and if they were too proud the devil ...