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Today Natalie had a bunch of her NCT friends and their new babies over for lunch, and tea, so we had a day out to the market in Boston. It wasn't as good as we remember from last time we went but we still came away with fresh cod, haddock, salmon, and smoked haddock to cook them a fish pie, fresh farm eggs, lovely bread, a tray of Lincolnshire lamb chops, and a boot full of Lincolnshire veggies, so it can't have been too bad. On the ...
... me how much there is to do in the surrounding area. I'm sure that even if I took a day trip every weekend I couldn't see all there is too see within a 2 hour drive of the house. Apparently there is an old priory up near King's Lynn as well that I am going to have to return to photograph!
That's it for now! Just a quick day adventure. I'll be busy brewing some wonderful beer on the morrow.
... a Manoeuvring Course, which he found very informative and helpful, returning with a certificate to decorate Pierre!
It has seemed very spacious living in a house for a few days and lovely to have a shower without thinking 'can I finish before the hot water runs out'! Jac & Mick have a lovely view in front of their home, very English, with the hay bales and trees around and they live in a typically English village and area. Wonder how much we will miss it?
We were anxious to be off this morning. We are going about 5 hours south to Prickwillow in the county of Cambridgeshire to spend a couple of days with Paul's cousin Kay and her partner Arnie at their farm. Prickwillow is a tiny town - just some houses, no shops or pubs or post office or anything other than a couple dozen houses. Even the church has shut down. Coincidently, this is the town ...
... We stopped at Fort William to buy some lunch for the road and to stop and buy some souvenirs. I came across a brother and sister doing the cart and were chatting to them for a while. They were really nice, said there neighbouring congregation was the Skye congregation which is 2 hours away and it takes over 1 year to cover their territory. We then continued on driving for the whole day and we arrived after 7:30pm which was a very long day. Poor Ron ...