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August 20 Wednesday Exeter - Looe - Plymouth - Exeter Another relaxed night reading and a later start at 8.30am. A cool 10 deg morning with overcast, showery weather (and we are going to the beach) In the county of Devon it has less than 1m population, with mainly farming and tourism and has a mild climate, and is a sort after retirement area. It is known as South Hams (a sheltered concise place). From the port of Plymouth, James Cook, Francis Drake, Chichester, ...
... praying. We didn't get to see the Cathedral as we're both too sick and want to get to see a Dr. We're staying at Buckerell Lodge (Buggerall Lodge as some of our companions call it as it's pretty poor for such a big city. Has the same stairs as Fawlty Towers - up 4 stairs, down 6 and up 12). We went to reception to see if we could see a private doctor. No, it was Friday afternoon and they'd have knocked off. We could walk to the "Walk In Centre" at the ...
... have to put up with my meanderings on a more regular basis.
Before I begin, I want to point out that Exeter has been a destination of mine for some time. We explored many cathedrals in our first trip to England and much like Durham, Exeter was on our list and we did not have time or a way to incorporate a visit in our previous trip. Also, when I played golf in Minehead, Steve, one of ...
... Noyon, France!), we talked about the different shapes of the "call" to ministry -- sometimes it's just the job that fits you best in your church life -- and education and spirituality of everyday life, all my favourite subjects! She also gave me the name of a fella -- a minister and educator -- I should talk to, with permission to drop her name.
Our first evening in the fairytale setting of Heligenstein, I sat with ...
The history of this city is so very interesting. The intense pride of the Glaswegians is admirable and evident. It's very special to look at the statues in George Square, to listen to the history, and to realise that our ancestors were walking, working and living in these very streets at the same time as these famous people and living in the same tough conditions during and before the industrial revolution.
We did this ...