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... and I am sure the trip will just flash past.
Now, do we book before we go or shall we see how the mood takes us? A leisurely meal at mine to mull this over and complete the 'visa' or whatever it is, to get us into the country planne din the next couple of weeks.
PJ's sorted, the rest still to be considered. :)
... and take appropriate action. The weather, likewise, will not be our concern but we urge you not to use up scarce reserves of rain and snow. We do not wish to hear reports of squandered chill while we are suffering in the heat. Many of you may be concerned to have news of our selfless and courageous mission and for those of you who share a genuine concern for our comfort we shall post regular despatches on this blog to reassure one and all that we are wasting our time delightfully. ...
... after falling off the top of a Robin burger. the site is a good un and we are quite happy until we arrive back to discover the yappy dog family in a tent next to us far to close and pointing their door at ours! how dare they, Anne very concerned that they could se r in her bed! Forgot to say that a very kind tanker driver on the way down told us our roof window was open.We had fun in the wee village and charity shopped for a ...
... From here we carried on, skirting London and calling in on Sevenoaks for lunch - reminiscing about our visit 12 years ago when Peter and Jane were there and Sarah was on her gap year. "Susie" overshot the mark slightly today, only taking us about 10 miles passed where we should be - probably more about my entry though. Generally though she is pretty amazing, even providing us with digital road signs! Anyhow, we made it to our B&B ...
... to Dungeness RSPB Nature Reserve for more birds.
The beaches are not sand but a form of large gravel called shingle. There are still old pill boxes along the coast built to protect England from a German invasion during WWII and round stone Martella Towers built to repel Napoleon. It makes you appreciate the fact that the US really has not had to fight on our home shores. At the pub we were told ...