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... of my house swappers are coming over so I've just cooked a shepherds pie ( about the only thing I know how to do without a recipe)
had a haircut this morning and tomorrow it's back on the train for a couple of days in Rugby staying with some friends
So all is well and only a few more weeks until I leave Stroud..bit sad really....but then on to more adventures! ...
... shops( we call them op shops) There are heaps of them in England and I like to scour them for bargains. Tip: when travelling, travel light and visit the charity shops for clothes that you can return when you leave!!
I also when to a local Toastmaster meeting which was interesting and pretty much the same as the meetings at home
i had a few days with an old school friend in Bath last weekend and on Monday more friends coming to visit for a few days.
... the history.
The National Museum and Art Gallery was amazing as well. We spent over two hours there. Most of which was spent in the art gallery part. I am not usually one for art, but I was entranced by the endless rooms of beautiful artwork. To think that someone created these beautiful portraits or landscapes by hand it breath-taking. Not to mention there is no real path to take throughout the art gallery, so it was very ...
Weather forecast was for rain. So put the top up before leaving Wellington. So it didn't rain at all - not a drop. UK Met office must be employing blokes from our "climate change" CSIRO. Went into Wellington to get fuel - mistake! Confused Matilda and she took me on the A38 to Taunton, A358 to the A303, A37 to Shepton Mallet A361 to Frome, A36 to Bath and finally A46 to Amberley. Stopped off in Frome for a few minutes and had to pay to park. Had no change and ...
... the vessels, and James took a short cut back to the boat, as his foot was painful.
James started to have a painful left foot in Gloucester, with muscle pain in the leg. Hazel thinks it is Plantar Fasciitis, which she had a year or two ago. It requires specially shaped footwear.
Back on the boat we watched Wimbledon tennis, with occasional excursions to the gap in the hedge to see the estuary at different states of the tide.
A strong wind blew ...