Chesil Beach Lodge
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... very pleased to see Barney. "Come here, dog." Barney and Mr Fisher played together for a few minutes, whilst poor Miss Washington was left holding the bicycle and a very empty blackberry pot. Barney and Mr Fisher then kept out of the way whilst Miss Washington gathered blackberries. Both of them knew that it was best not to interrupt a busy woman. Eventually, the three of them walked home with the bike and an overflowing blackberry pot. Barney ...
quiet day with Sue and Susan going to look at the Clark's Shoe Museum and Clark's village (more shops!) and me helping John pick apples in the orchard
in afternoon I dropped Sue of at the village of Somerton and John & I went on to Haynes International Motor Museum at Sparkford near
terrific collection of over 400 cars and motor bikes. Traffic was bad on the A303 as there were many holiday ...
Very nice sleep and to awake to a nice English breakfast.... Well without the cooked part. Sue had got some very good GF bread along with great muesli sow as really happy. Mainly because she had stomach ache for the whole time in Paris.
we decided to drive to the village of Montacute which was 24 km away and visit Montacute House which is owned by the ...
... to Scotland, but the first item on the agenda is the weather - will it be sunny and warm, or chilly and wet? We've decided to assume the worst and pack all of our wet weather clothes, whilst leaving the shorts and t-shirts behind. Only time will tell if we made the right decision.
Join us tomorrow, as the adventure truly begins!
Until next time,
... vista was lovely & that is really what it is all about. In Saxon Times, King Alfred 1 came to what now is Shaftesbury & built an abbey on the top of the hill & installed his 3rd daughter who was only 16 at the time as Abbess. The Abbess always ended up very wealthy, as the Abbeys were where older wealthy women ( widowed etc) came to live & for the board & lodging handed over parcels of land & ...