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With less than 48 hours to go till we depart for our big adventure it's all starting to get a bit real. Everything is laid out ready to be packed and we're doing the final bits of research for practicalities when we arrive. The goodbyes have begun and Evie came over for a final play today, that's going to be the ...
... cottages. the office was decorated with Christmas lights and overly friendly British with charming accents. lunch in the cafeteria was the typical meat veggie and potatoes. after a day of meetings and site tours of flavors and frag ing I have one conclusion ... Haverhill staff is extremely proud of their galaxolide production.. kind of refreshing to see such proud ...
25th March - Tuesday
Mission to find a new tea pot, it is a good excuse to look in Charity shops.
First stop was Hadleigh, we hadn't been into the town center, so off we went for a look, guess what, Hadleigh had some Charity shops. A nice little town but no tea pots, that were suitable. From there we puttered on to Lavenham, we were told that the Church was interesting and ...
24th March - Monday
Nice clear skies, sun and Russell's ankle is much better, all good and thank goodness for drugs. Headed off to Bury St. Edmunds which is north of where we are staying. We wanted to see the Abbey Gardens and the Cathedral. We parked on one of the the streets, lucky Winston is little, and walked through town. A lovely town, again old, but everything is old in England.
Just so ...
22nd March - Saturday
Russ woke and his gout was worse, we drove to Long Melford another lovely town. Just so happened they had a antique fair on, I didn't know. It was a fluke, and of course we had to have a look. There were some interesting gadgets, which we had to ask the store holders what they would be used for, came away empty handed, that was a good thing. Had a look around town and finally Russell's ankle got to much so we went into a chemist and tried again ...