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... appetites further and we are already thinking about our next adventure to Scotland. Edinburgh and the North of England have been very interesting and provided the cultural and historical elements to our trip. All that remains now is to thank you all for reading and commenting on our blogs and to Len for providing the taxi service between Taunton and Bristol and of course a very large pile of washing! Until the next adventure... ...
... as we put the world to rights in a very good natured way. As Robert is at Newcastle Uni, he is considered local and as a result has already been invited to house and dog sit when they go away for w/e's! I am very envious as the house is lovely, set in a beautiful setting, looking down the valley. So an average day's walking that ended on a high with great company from Peter, Jo and ...
... felt very long indeed, as though we would never get there... But eventually we did. The road across to the island was dry, and we parked up in what appeared to be the only car park on the small island. Leaving the car behind we set off on the one mile walk to Lindisfarne Castle. With the clock ticking - we had less than an hour before the road of the island became completely submerged - we rushed around the (admittedly quite small) castle at breakneck speed. Actually it was quite ...
... many cousins etc together. Consequently we had a fabulous afternoon at Dorothy's , with cousins Dorothy, Sue and Bob, Lesley and Jennifer. Some of their children, Andrea,Jonathon and Glyn and Dorothy's grandchild Rowan. Obviously Andrea met all of them for the first time and felt very welcomed into the family. We had a great lunch, thanks Dorothy, and an even better catch up. Later in the evening we went out with most of them again to ...
... copious amounts of enthusiasm. Following the lighthouse and the local chocolate ice-cream that we bought there, we next headed West to see Hadrian's wall, or the few bricks that remain. Whilst I'm not really interested in the Romans and the hundreds of pot fragments we now have to stare at in museums; it's quite impressive to think that a 3ft deep wall was built along the top of England purely to keep the Scot's out! It was then on to Tynemouth to find our ...
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