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... or be sent to cool their heels on the naughty step without their drink for five minutes. There is also a swearing jar where various unacceptable words have a monetary value and the proceeds are given to charity. Soon she lost the patrons who wouldn't play ball and gained a stream of families and members of the community wanting a nice place to spend an evening. Consequently the pub now boasts three years running a top three finish in ...
... On either side of the road, you'll typically find stone walls. As in not 1 foot from the road. So yes, you have that disadvantage, multiplied by the fact you are driving a vehicle wight the steering wheel located on the other side of the car, multiplied by the fact the traffic is opposite side of the road. I will need to do some driving sometime this week, but I'm thankful Joe's been awesome at it thus far. Yorkshire lunch was great, and we thought we might get around ...
Travelled to my ancestral town of Bishop Auckland and found the public cemetery. Spent an hour looking for Teasdales or Wilkinsons but had no luck. As far as cemeteries go we found the burials were in no real order with plenty of space between the bodies. Bishop Auckland is a market town in demise. Many shops have closed and the market square had a couple of vans selling fruit & veg and meat. ...
We made our way to the Town End Farm Cottages in Malhamdale. Set on a working farm, with a divine view of Malhamdale Cove, we have 3 cottages that was once a converted barn. Cows & sheep are sprinkled in our view. On our way, we went through Skipton (Saturday market day) & Thorlby. We saw John & Jill Spensley. David & Janet Lee we're visiting Jill, on their way to London. John now farms the land & kids got to walk don to the farm to see the ...
... that evening was spent cooking and playing board games in the MCR. A particular favorite was Articulate, a game played in partners. Each turn one partner draws a series of cards with a particular theme - for example people. They must then get their partner to say the name of the thing on the card without using any of the words in that name. For example if Nathan(1) drew the card "a dog", he might give the clue "wags its tail", or "it barks a lot". Each turn you have 30 ...
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