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... we've been away. Fish and chips for dinner really went down well. Kirsten and Paolo popped in later to pick up Jack. They are staying at the Caravan for the bank holiday.
so our holiday is over and we are now back to earth. Thanks to everyone who has put comments on this blog, it has really kept us in touch with you all. thanks also to Cheryl and Brian and Les and Pete for ...
Today we set off at 7am to leave the Isle of Skye and drive to March, which is outside of London. It was supposed to be a 10 hour drive but we came across so much traffic that it took over 11. The weather today was absolutely perfect and because it's a Saturday we assume that's why there was so many people on the roads. I quickly fell asleep after not getting much sleep last night and was awoken by Ron who was so excited to take photos because we were above ...
Eileen has come home with lots of ideas about how to involve her school in what she has heard and seen.
As we will sleep each night and get up each morning I hope we will continue to remember and pray for all of the children we met in the Home of Joy and those at Ta Om, the Farm of Jesus and Prek Toal and all of the people supporting them there.
Etheldreda (∆thelthryth, Ediltrudis, Audrey) (d.679), queen, foundress and abbess of Ely. She was the daughter of Anna, king of East Anglia, and was born, probably, at Exning, near Newmarket in Suffolk. At an early age she was married (c.652) to Tondberht, ealdorman of the South Gyrwas, but she remained a virgin. On his death, c.655, she retired to the Isle of Ely, her dowry. In 660, for political reasons, she was married to Egfrith, the young king ...
... where I had tea and the nelson slice mentioned above. The next 8 miles west climbed a series of false summits only for a dip before the next climb, all into a blustery head wind. This is part of National Cycle Route 1, obviously mapped out by a sadist in Sustrans. On the plus side it was an attractive single track road with fine views and virtually no traffic. By now the rain had stopped and it was turning into a bright day.
At Ringstead I ...