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... that have occurred over the centuries. Someone has calculated that a parish church with a population of 1,000 people living around it might have had up to 20,000 people buried in the churchyard since it was built. Amazing!
Tomorrow we head for Banbury, via Cambridge, then Oxford the night after. We drop the hire car off in Oxford, and on Friday make our way by train to Chipping Campden.
Bye for now,
Alan and Nise.
... into the hotel which was located within easy walking distance of this interesting city.
This is a city with a very mixed past, from ROMAN, then the Vikings followed by the GERMAN until 1066 when William the Conqueror, defeated them and started a long period of English King, not of course without intrigue and bloodshed.
Great breakfast with Robert and Jess, thank you.
Set off with high hopes but 2 yards from their house Steve fell off fully cleated....no worries, nothing was hurt but his pride.
Another great send off at the station from Debbie and Paul, armed with jelly babies.
The journey was seamless apart from a little hiccough in a ...
... 2 19th Calais to Auchy au Bois 48 miles.
It ll be good to get going after the months of preparation
Day 3 20th Auchy au Bois to Rancourt 58 miles.
Pass a lot of WW1 battlefields and cemeteries.
Day 4 21st Rancourt to Mons en Laonnois 56 miles
Cross the Somme river
... because I don't consciously feel guilt about having white privilege because I know my ancestors arrived in America and were discriminated against and then were for the civil rights movement. I grew up with mostly non white friends and it frustrates me when some people try to make a collective guilt for white people about their privilege. But thats another issue.
Ultimately I decided to just shut my mind up and be happy that a non white voice was featured at the Traverse.