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... of his life.
Skiathmuir Toll turned out to be somebody's home. They had lived there five years, the man told me, and didn't know where the Battle of Skaithmuir took place--only that something like that had happened somewhere around there.
We took a chance and turned down another road, searching for a road with no lane markings, shrubs on either side, telephone wires, and a particular two story house with two windows under the eaves of the second ...
... from 1309 it has been connected with the Percy family - an illustrious family and very good marketers and managers now. Adam Landells in the 1841 census was a gardener so could have been one in the castle - a good story so I shall claim it. Just like the Four Square Man was modelled on my dad _ no actuall proof but believable and a close enough story . The castle is quite magnificent and tidy and well kept . We joined a group listening to all the stories about the use of ...
... is not a great deal to do here.... Actually we had a great time walking around the village castle and port Now the main reason for visiting Northumberland was to go away on holiday for my birthday - we found a great place for my birthday - so back to bamburgh and the Lord Crewe hotel and one of the best meals we have had in a long time. Full we drove back the 12 miles to our bed and ...
... tour, many of the rooms that are on the tour by day become
part of their living quarters again each evening after the castle closes to the
public. The Duke still has more than 50,000 acres of land and runs his estate
as a major enterprise with everything from wind turbines to a stud farm to
major sheep herds to a hotel and restaurants and even a very large garden
center adjacent to the palace/castle’s lush walled garden. The garden center café
had a dish on its ...
After early walk on beach with Rolo back to house and then to seahouses to pick up picnic before heading to Dunstansteads for glorious day on beach. Not a cloud in sight , met up with Mathews family ( plus their camping pals) and spent day swimming ( no wetsuits !), chatting and throwing rugby ball for Rolo. Home by 5 and then off to Joiners Arms for good pub food. It's exhausting doing very little! A day like today up Northumberland coast will be a good comparison for California beaches ...