Olde Moat House
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... his “woman on board”.
I (Jilly) would like to thank Steve for all the fun and laughter, the calming down, the cooking, help and advise, and the ability to understand me! I would not have missed it for the world Steve. Here’s to the next adventure…on ...
... slow trip along the coast through the seaside town of Hastings. It is another shingle beach and the waterfront is four storied buildings all along the inland side. Looks like the pier has been burned down as it is all fenced off and either being demolished or rebuilt. Hard to tell. Hate to think what the traffic would be like in peak summer time. Rye, wow, what a charmingly quaint medieval town. Was a cinque port of the 1155 to 1500 period and once bustled ...
I have been looking at the walls, there is not many of them but they looked yellow, compared to the nice white ceiling. So I painted them this morning, I still had some white left over. Russ painted the outside ladder and roof rack, ...
... pretty tired when we got home. Mr fell asleep on the way back. Jon & I stopped off at a Viking boat that I had seen a postcard of. It had been brought over many years before to commemorate the Vikings invading England. Unfortunately it was not very exciting. There was only the boat to look at & not even that close up. Oh well.
We ended up having Indian for dinner which was very good & then crashing for the night.
... doors and this plays mind games on yourself when you stare at them. A lot of the houses are smaller and very old, so the walls are almost collapsing and not straight anymore. They hang over the road. Another thing Canterbury is famous for is the Canterbury Tales. This is a famous collection of stories about Medieval Times in Canterbury and around the area.