Grindon Farm - Cartshed & Old Farmhouse
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... Scots instead, and post guards at turrets and posts all along it. The Scottish are a very formidable people, to have held their land against Roman armies that had conquered so much of Europe and Asia, and Northern Africa.
We visited the ruins of the fort itself, and were able to watch archaeologists at work excavating. While we watched, one archaeologist discovered a floor! She went trotting and singing to all her colleagues, “I ...
Long time no blog!
Been meaning to do this since we got back....
Along the way on our travels we saw some really funny, unfortunate and just plain weird signs, pictures and just generally hillarious translations.
We thought you might get some amusement of them too so have upload here for your perusal. You'll have to click into pictures to see them.
Faye & Brian
... so he had to look it up. I assumed it would be in alphabetical order. Wrong. The only system he has was East or West then after that it was a matter of reading through a jumbled array of world cities.
Winner, winner pork pie and scotch egg dinner. Well lunch really. I tracked down Cranstons' Butchers thanks to the local tourist information centre. It was worth it. Very good pork pies and pretty good scotch eggs were my reward.
... wearing my pack (especially when I just about fell backwards off the top of a stone wall). Lugging that thing up, over, and down so many stiles was really slowing me/us down. Hearing that future days are to be more grueling, I'm sad to say that I have already decided that there will be 4 packs for the porter tomorrow... We stayed together for the majority of the walk today, and then planned to take different paths to Corbridge. Mike (the purist) decided to remain on the main ...
... largest part of the "broad wall" that still remains (the Romans started wide, but ended up making the wall more narrow later). After getting some photo moments here, we headed off to check in. Turns out we were in a bed and breakfast. Jacquie was the owner of the home, and greeted us on the front deck with refreshments, and had our packs carried to our rooms (is this the Plaza??) The home was very new and beautiful, and we are the only guests. Our ...