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- Pets allowed
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... our host family isn't really equipped to be a real B and B) we set off to meet the others who were staying at a different B and B. The weather improved remarkably during the day. Today was again lots of ups and downs, muddy trails , treed trails and good views. Before lunch we came across a steep hill, Cam Peak, which we scrambled up in honor of Cam Oster and all gave a cheer at the top. Feeling so accomplished until we saw that a small herd of cows was lolling in the sun at the ...
... bustling city found us at 'Jude the Obscure', a pub with a fab bitter, an oozy barmaid, cheery patrons. The walk across the meadow and Thames was glowing at the end of the day. Food hunting delivered NZ lamb and veg. The evening in our dining room with Rachel dropping in and us fitting our plans into the daughter's birthday and more advise on restaurants for tomorrow night. Was all good.Our pattern of end-of-day cook and IT is ...
... with even stranger furnishings), originally a priests house, in the grounds. After donation of the property to the National Trust, the house has been left as he designed and every room has its own theme from ornate lacquered cabinets to samurai armour to nautical objects to bicycles to musical instruments etc etc. Absolutely gob smacking and delightfully eccentric. Every corner contained a surprise! Just when you thought you could not see other amazing ...
... br> Sat 1st October (October already? But it’s blazing hot!!)
It was very misty this morning and James went for an early walk up the hill to Williamscot to take some atmospheric photos. The village is very small with stone built houses, and what appeared to be an old stone dovecote. He followed a bridle path sign back towards the canal and came upon a large oak tree with several plaques on. They were memorials to musicians ...
... and decided that I might really quite like to live in Oxford one day. Apart from the beauty of it all, it has this really fantastic feel to it, like things are happening and everyone's just a little excited and has plans and places to go. It's got a buzz to it that is quite hard to describe. Also it has a shop that makes the best burritos I've ever tasted so I'm sold. They were so good that I managed to drip the sauce all over myself. Right next ...