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... you hugely!) and knows something is going on. He jumped into Steve's arms tonight when he was sat in the garden! It'll be strange without him.
Anyway, we're not quite packed, but almost. We have the essentials, beer, wine and bottle opener. We have clothes for hot and not so hot weather. Some wet weather stuff, but we're hoping we won't need that. We have adapted the awning so that the rain doesn't come into the 'bedroom' - well it had better not after all our hard work! ...
... Bay, Sydney
Watch this space as we bring you the run up and the actual journey
Nick and Kim
The second outing with the awning and van combo, but the first with the standard british weather. It was Grandpa's birthday and the weather held off last night long enough for us to enjoy some cake and bubbly, but this morning the rain hasn't stopped. So far we have learned... - the awning rail is vital to prevent water gushing in between van and tent - leaving the van door open results in very wet bed as water gushes through afore mentioned gap - guy ropes all around ...
looking at was under water from flooding.
We talk a bit about where we are from and where I’m headed. He tells me of a bike walking path, Castleman Trailway, created from an old RR line long
gone. It is a lovely ride right to
Poole. It is a nice level ride,
thankfully, no hills. Up on reaching
Poole I head to the RR station expecting to catch the next train to Exeter and
south. I find out, again, that I ...
... Horrible Histories" also has a holiday house here.
We went to an interesting city call Bath. It is called Bath because it originally was a city with a hot spring Roman bath. The Romans called the city Aquae Sulis. They believed a Roman goddess called Sulis Minerva heated their baths but actually it was just a hot spring. The Roman men and women ...