Folly Farm Cottage
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... traffic was on foot but even then I felt like I had the place to myself. Photos can't do it justice. I liked it because it was pretty but it also had a good feeling. It was quiet and unhurried. After wandering unhurriedly around Stanton I drove to Winchcombe where I was rather disappointed. Although it's an Anglo Saxon town there didn't seem to be much visual record of that or none that I could ...
... how she felt in the morning.
In between getting dressed and splashing water on my face to wake myself up I tried calling Larry and Michael, but they weren't answering their phones. So I tried some of the other deans, with no luck. Finally I tried Kate, and like a trooper she answered and agreed to meet me at the Program Office.
When we arrived at the Program Office Kate went to wake up Larry and I went in to meet with the student. ...
... and relieving Emma at the hospital and all of those details. I have rarely seen Larry genuinely frustrated and stressed, but tonight he was legitimately worried. Usually he balances his stressed moments with lots of jokes and silliness, but today we reached a whole new level of crazy.
I'm going to bed now so that just in case they need me to cover any shifts later I won't be a total phlegm-leaking zombie. Love you all! Take care of your tummies!
... the front yard and they are all very well tended. Eric said he didn't think he had seen one single straggly shrub!
We made a brief stop at Hampton Court, went past Runnymede when the Magna Carta was signed and spent a lovely few hours in Stratford-Upon-Avon, home to Shakespeare. We stopped for a wonderful group photo at Anne Hathaway's cottage. We couldn't go into the formal gardens, it was a very brief stop!
We spent the night in Coventry.
Today is the start of our 22 day Discovery of Britain and Ireland tour with Insight Tours. We leave at 8.30am and it's wet surprisingly!!! It's a bank holiday weekend so that was the reason for so many people at Brighton yesterday. There are 7 million people in London and 56 million in the British Isles. Today we're going to Oxford, the Cotswolds and Stratford on Avon. We drive through Buckinghamshire on our way to Oxford. Before ...