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... a couple of miles. 2 years ago when Nick retired from full time practice the first thing we did was walk Wild Edric's Way which is just 55 miles long and took us 5 days. Wild Edric was a Saxon land owner who took profound exception to the Norman invasion of England. With likeminded Saxons he formed a small band of rebels and fought with some success, and much public support, against the Normans. He was like Hereward the Wake of the Fens but Wild Edric of the ...
... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
... piece of engineering. Our drive also took us through the Lake District and back into Wales.
Tonight we are staying in a Travelodge at Wooferton between Ludlow and Tenbury Wells and had dinner at the Salwey Arms Hotel, a place we had always planned on visiting while staying at Tenbury, but never found the time. Tomorrow we continue our drive south, this time to Sussex, where we will spend the week exploring the south coast of England.
Spent Thursday morning at the National Motorcycle Museum on the outskirts of Birmingham. We looked at over 800 different bikes. Bikes dating from early 1900s to present day.
After the museum we heading west across England. We stopped at the town of Shrewsbury. Shrewsbury is the birth place of Charles Darwin. It is a beautiful old town with a good mixture of old and new. It has a castle, Abbey and plenty ...
... 13 – Shrewsbury
We visited the Shrewsbury
Museum which had very good displays
about the pre roman occupation of the site, and the effect of the roman
occupation of Britain
on the way of life of the previous inhabitants. Romans never lived in Shrewsbury itself, and