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... you hugely!) and knows something is going on. He jumped into Steve's arms tonight when he was sat in the garden! It'll be strange without him.
Anyway, we're not quite packed, but almost. We have the essentials, beer, wine and bottle opener. We have clothes for hot and not so hot weather. Some wet weather stuff, but we're hoping we won't need that. We have adapted the awning so that the rain doesn't come into the 'bedroom' - well it had better not after all our hard work! ...
... the locals riding past on their bikes. While we are used to seeing cyclists everywhere in Europe, they seem to be even more prolific here. Instead of worrying about being knocked over by a car you need to be more aware of the cyclists. Mothers ride with a baby perched in the front and one or two other children at the back or in the case of young people, texting. It is all so normal for them as they shoot by and weave in and out around pedestrians at great speed. ...
Hello and welcome to our travel blog, this is where we'll be posting stories and photos of our impending round the world trip.
Our itinerary is:
- California, including LA, Joshua Tree, Sequoia, Yosemite and SF
- Fiji - Viti Levu
- Australia - Brisbane, Lady Elliot ...
... her quilts, so she and I were happily taking photos for
I remarked that she and I never seem to stop working and
both very rarely take snaps!! But we did manage to get one taken of four of us!
Tomorrow we are going to our friends in Colchester for
two days, then to the final part of our holiday in London.
... bought our tickets and were given a map and directions (a map for a mile?)
We had a look around the farmyard, they had a baby donkey with its mum, there was 2 males who were muzzled (not sure why) but when they came near the youngster, Mum lashed out with her back hooves, as soon as that happened, Anne was out of there, Mum was quite vicious with the kicks and very accurate, both hoofs hit him in the side, it never stopped him though