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If I had anything other than dandelions in the garden I could go out and pick some flowers to put in my hair like Scott sang..
Time may have crept up on this soon to be Granny unawares, but we oldies have a secret weapon.
Uff da as those Norwegians might say.
We are San Francisco bound!
And none of this matters.
· Walk through the fields
· Visit by ferrier
· Vet – Gizzy is in heat!
· Another walk to the fields. Gizzy is a *****.
· Pre-dinner champagne
· Tried to go to pub for dinner ...
... we then proceeded to grab a drink, top up our water bottles and take off our boots for the first of many, many times to check on our feet. Quick trip to the loo, a piece of fruit and we laced up our boots and headed out for the next leg.
The sky was blue and temperatures were just about perfect at this stage as we walked through surburban streets. In Stoneleigh an elderly man stopped and asked where we walking to. When I said Brighton he looked at me in ...
... sailors, pirates and smugglers, but the coastline has retreated and it is now inland. Town was frequently attacked by the French in 13th and 14th centuries and burned to the ground in1377. The 16th century houses have been preserved and restored and it is so picturesque. Also home to Henry James. Had a cuppa in this tiny little tea house garden. Drove back to Battle along an inland route with very few towns and a good clear run through lovely countryside ...
... evening, the family joined for a great dinner at the Plume.
On Sunday, we walked around Oxford and Regent Street, did some shopping, then went down to Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden.
On Monday evening, Niall, Kathryn and I went to the Chvrches concert in King Cross. It was a really fun concert – a great evening. Tuesday morning, Niall and Kathryn went up on their adventure to Scotland until ...