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We bid a fond farewell to Penzance and the lovely June and Stuart who gave us such a warm welcome at the Ashton Guesthouse and wended our way north to Ilfracombe. What can I say about Ilfracombe - the drive there was misty, drizzly and very grey and the town didn't seem much better - I would describe it as the holiday town for those in God's waiting room. I don't think we saw anyone under the age of 60 unless they ...
'All our bags are packed and we're ready to go..........'
Whoop! Whoop! It's been a long time coming but the day has finally arrived to start our European adventure. Having packed Daisy we had to get her weighed to see how much we then had to take off again.......luckily we were well within our limits so Paul didn't have to offload any wine or beer and Mandy can come too!
... one of the many times we can but sigh that the trip didn't take place in the summer as originally planned. At the beginning of June we'd have had daylight until at least 9pm at night and could easily have bagged these two. But at the end of October even Lands End is a bit silly as we'll be there at 6pm in the pitch dark, but it's too 'big' a target not to say we've been. Hence there follows nearly two hours of driving as we blat down to the bottom of the county, round ...
... lot of changes to the traffic since we were last here. I remember on
my first visits, thinking how small the freight trucks were. Their equivalent
to our 18 wheeler, was a small truck pulling a trailer that might be 25 to 30
feet long. Now the UK equivalent to our “semi” is every bit as big as you might
find in Canada. The roads aren’t any bigger, but the trucks certainly are. The cars
are also much larger than ...
... are just amazed that these little villages survive.
Our B&B was a charming house in Wheddon Cross. It was originally built as a tailor's shop but has been converted to a B&B. Now most of the places we have stayed at are Victorian houses, this one was Edwardian. The difference being that Edwardian is less fussy and more plain. I say plain but it was anything but. The halls were wide, the ceilings high and ...