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... needed replacing. Long and short of it was they wanted to replace parts that I knew were brand new and so I asked them to desist. I paid Fifty Pound for their stripping work and had the engine collected. Then...as it does ...time passes by. The stripped engine was left in the garage and got buried as general debris was put in the garage "for storage". About four years back, Grant & myself were out walking and we came upon the idea of turning ...
Today we traveled to Stratford-upon-Avon. We woke up early and headed to the bus station. We had to get up early, before the hot breakfast time, but the hostel was nice enough to put out a cold breakfast - toast, fruit and cereal. We got on the bus and headed to Stratford-Upon-Avon. This was, I believe something like a three hour journey. So I used that time to Do the last three blogs, as I am often behind doing his. After we got to Stratford, we had to walk to ...
... as by this stage I was really touristed out and happy to relax
at home in the afternoons and evenings particularly knowing my trip was
coming to an end and the long journey back to Australia via Singapore
was soon approaching.
On my last day we visited Warwick Castle which is
quite amazing. A lovely reunion.
... hides, although Red-crested Pochards, Audouin's Gulls and a Glossy Ibis were also nice to see. Plenty of smaller birds too, though I suspect coming a month earlier in the year might be more rewarding with song birds and warblers more in evidence.
Having finally spent a decent amount of time in the reserve we headed back to the Sants area for a meal before going to the airport where this time the flight was on time and even got back to Luton bit early.
... small flocks of Common Crossbills that also didn't settle anywhere visible.
On the walk down we'd noticed a small flock of Crossbills on a side path but had kept going because we could see the group of bird watchers and as there wasn't much happening we chose to walk back up to this path for a look, As we were negotiating the rather muddy slope a flock of maybe 30 Crossbills settled in the tops of tall pines by the side of the path and a scan through ...