Churton Heath Farm
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... still hot day. At 10:30 Martin the vineyard owner appeared and we had an hours talk about the history of the area, Wroxeter roman town , the history of his vineyard and how to plant and grow vines !!! This was followed by a wine tasting of 5 of his wines and then lunch... His witty banter with lots of stories kept us amused for the 3 1/2 hours we were there. Lunch was great, a home made chicken and ham pie with new potatoes, salad ...
I hope you don’t get the wrong idea that I didn’t enjoy Portmeirion. I had a great time.
It’s one man’s unique eclectic vision that he was able to beautifully execute and make available to the public. You can almost feel the pleasure it must have given him to see it slowly rise up, building by colorful building. It’s both cute and corny, in the best possible way.
The village attracts a lot ...
... and a civil war ghost haunted castle !!! We felt like we should be sitting at ether end of the 400 year old table that was 30 feet long and sliding salt pots down to each other. !!! Silver service, sea bream with chorizo and mussels, solid silver cutlery - what a meal, oh and Donna had Sausage and mash !!! After 3 courses and stuffed we climbed back up the uneven creaky stairs (that makes you feel drunk !!) we retired back to our ...
... in their time and so, we will continue on our travels, taking the time out to remember our friends and family that are no longer with us.
Despite travelling without commitments, occasionally we find that we have committed ourselves to be somewhere at a particular time. This happened at the beginning of August, when we heard that a good friend was turning 70 and was planning a big party. So, of course, we had to be there! That meant that when ...
Thursday 17th July - Bollington
After returning the key & farewelling Sue & Ken we returned to Brockenhurst via a devious route. First to Little Moreton Hall, which unfortunately opened at 11 am, so we moved on to Sandbach, instead. Here were 2 Saxon crosses & a lively market in a lovely small town. After a coffee we returned to the hall which is a ...