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Our second rest day today and zero walking miles. We have however travelled several hundred. Last night after finishing in Haltwhistle, we jumped in a taxi and headed for the airport, catching the last flight to Heathrow. Our aim, to surprise Lucy. Both Rob and I have been very conscious that our walk has rather distracted from the fact that Lucy ...
... charity he works for, connected with Rotary, called Shelterbox, based in Cornwall. They primary mission is to send out emergency tents and essentials to disaster areas, for example 7,000 boxes to the Philippines last year. Peter himself has deployed to disaster areas 20 times. It was compelling conversation and the miles passed easily as a result. Before too long we were striding up to Hadrian's Wall and enjoying our lunch in dramatic surroundings. Rob and I had a deadline to meet (a ...
... appetites further and we are already thinking about our next adventure to Scotland. Edinburgh and the North of England have been very interesting and provided the cultural and historical elements to our trip. All that remains now is to thank you all for reading and commenting on our blogs and to Len for providing the taxi service between Taunton and Bristol and of course a very large pile of washing! Until the next adventure... ...
... like we were fraternising with the enemy, but nevertheless we went in. We ate lunch (quiche for Jo and a massive ploughman's for me) and took a wander around. The 14 state rooms were quite impressive (from huge halls to tiny antechambers), but all in all it felt more like a museum than anything else (each room, whether it was a kitchen or a great hall) was filled with items and display cabinets. We didn't stay for long, so many things to see and so little time. After Bamburgh ...
Today was all about Sunderland and my cousins there. For those that don't know, my mum was from Sunderland. She had a brother and two elder sisters. This meant quite a few cousins. We normally went down to Sunderland every year, and some of them would come up to stay with us too. It has been many many (too many) years since I have seen them, my fault for which I am sorry. I got in touch with my cousin Dorothy via FB and asked if she would ...
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