Chatton Park House
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... sorted and Dad began the task of teaching Alice cribbage whilst mum, Lauren and I did a brief outing to the shops. Nico and Simon arrived shortly afterwards and the "festival" of endless games and cards began!!!
Dad treated us all to a lovely meal at the Red Hart Hotel in the village. This is where I used to work as a barmaid (and where mum worked too for a short while as cook and waitress) many moons ...
Easter week-end Friday weather wet the site is a little clarty but due to dry up on Saterday Saturday very damp and misty until midday then dull Sunday damp again until midday then brightened up then lovely sunset. Monday damp again till lunch time then sunshine for the rest of day. Went out for lunch but unable to get in anywhere in Seahouses ended up at Pirdy lodge Tuesday lovely day returned home about 10 ...
... Fleece and stole two black sheep beer beer mats. Faster drive back and through the tunnel for the third time. Dinner of Mongolian hotspot in the flat. That's should be good for getting smell of damp out of the flat. Tomorrow we try again to make it to ...
Just stayed on the A1 for hours on end until we broke the journey up in Northumberland. We had been driving in torrential rain for miles, making Bill very reluctant to divert from his driving mission. However, as if by magic, the sun appeared over Bamburgh and we had a wonderful windy time on the golden, moving sands against the beautiful castle backdrop. Finished off by a pot of tea and cake in the warm. The runny noses started here and they are yet to stop ...
... flat For a long shallow tide Ben took to seaweed He whipped back and forth He lashed to the south And he lashed to the north We climbed over rocks A dog barked my scare He sure must have smelt My nerves and my fear Then back to our Scotland, Our home for the time To shuffle our photos And write this short ...