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... ve already been marked as a likely floatee, as I feared.
They sold me raffle tickets with the prizes being a large punnet strawberries, a basket of asparagus and a bunch of roses...all at their peak right now.
I didn't win which is a shame as the all looked good.
A lot more useful too than that water bed Rick once won at a high school reunion event in Florida. Amazingly it was the prize for coming the furthest distance.
What were they ...
... place. From Bibury we drove through Bourton on the water and on to Stow on the Wold. The area is lovely with beautiful views of the countryside We enjoyed the drive along the narrow lines, high hedges lined the road and the hedgerows were full of cow parsley and buttercups. After another great meal we enjoyed local cheeses with a slice of Mary's Bara Brith, we have really appreciated this generous hospitality but tomorrow we move ...
Today we went into Bath and although we had been here several times before it was still a pleasure to look around. We drove to the park and ride as usual which is very handy and then walked down to the shopping centre. Didn't buy much but had a nice lunch. There were several buskers and this statue figure had us baffled for a while. It was very cold today compared to our time ...
... the garden for hours on end and chops wood religiously around the clock.
Ruby and I are currently enjoying half term and have settled into school quite well despite having to write in cursive!
So a crazy first 6 weeks or so but lot's of fun along the way.
Stay tuned for the next post - missing our ozzie mates.
... to photograph it the resident opened her front door. I asked her permission which she happily granted and we had a bit of a chat. Although she is a permanent resident she rents the house because the entire village belongs to Lord Dulverton. The path back to the car park winds past Batsford House itself. It's a forbidding pile from the rear but the front looks onto a manicured garden and beyond that across lush ...