George and Dragon
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... was very apparent is that nobody was on their phones. I couldn't see that anyone even had a phone. I found that refreshing and remarkable, and helped to create the slower-paced mood that Rob and I are quickly adjusting to. The orders were taken eventually, food was brought out eventually, and we ate with space between each bite. Our words and easy, quiet gaze (with each other, and around the room) filled the space created as we stretched the time out.
Viewed the prehistoric setting of Stonehenge and later the Roman Baths in get this the city of Bath (makes sense huh). But Bath is also a Georgian city with extensive architecture built largely during the 17th and 18th century.
Stonehenge is actually small, but it is remarkable that people without the wheel or equipment with which to hoist could have developed this place. These stones were moved over many miles before placement.
... in their backyard for fun. So although looks like it was made in the Middle Ages and had restored but in fact it is not very old at all. The castle is on the top of the hill so we had a lovely stroll up to it stopping to pick blackberries and avoid stinging nettles along the way. Jane and Ken had packed another delicious picnic which we enjoyed on the grass near the castle - even the ...
... Crescent. Very beautiful facades. And interesting to read that it was only from the front that the buildings were uniform; the backs were all individual. We then turned around and walked back down through town. Saw some people in bathrobes on the roof of the Thermae Bath Spa. It was about 4pm when we got back to our car, and we headed back to our B&B at that point.
p.s. For kicks, I uploaded some pictures from my previous trip to Bath in May 1992.
... what to turn me out. When babies are ready to be born, they
give a hormonal signal that begins the labor process. Then, as contractions put
pressure on their tiny feet, an instinct to push back allows the movement
towards the light. It is a collaborative event. When I reflected on this story,
I could always feel the hesitancy of both parties, driven by fear. And so began
a lifelong pattern ...