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All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...
Well, after crashing for 14hrs I managed to not experience any jet lag other than a lack of appetite, I think my stomach may if stayed behind in Australia... meh...I've spent the last few days exploring Bristol. What a beautiful city! The city center itself is fairly small, manageable to walk around in a couple hours, but birstol itself consists of many small suburbs which makes it large! 400,000+ people. It's chilly here, ...
... The floors were soon buried which is why the mosaics are in such good condition. The ruins were discovered in 1864 when a gamekeeper who was out ferreting for rabbits found small stone cubes that were loose tesserae from one of the mosiacs. Lord Eldon who owned the land built a shelter to protect mosiac floors and a museum for the artifacts.
From here we go to Northleach and wonder the Main Street. An ...
... anyway. We left and made our way to Froxfield to the Pelican Inn which is where our room is for the night. It is a pub and our room is great. Very big with a 2 seater couch. We have been lucky so far with our accommodation. The only room that was not so good was the room at Leeds which fortunately we were only at for one night. We had dinner here as well and Laura and I had the chicken and ham pie with thickly cut chips and gravy. Yum yum. Comfort ...
... to witness a short ceremony that would reassert their right to gather firewood on the private lands of the Earl. Alan's Compton ancestors were born in Grovely Wood, and a John Compton, brother of his great-grandfather, worked as the "woodard" (a woodsman that worked for the Earl) on Grovely Farm in the late 1800s. So we felt we had a personal connection to this celebration.
Over 400 years ago, ...