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... somewhere, I immediately want to be gone. I hate drawn out goodbyes. As I was walking along musing, I thought that there are some areas I'm not impatient in like talking to people etc.
At the next lock, Hazel mentioned how fast I had walked and that she couldn't keep up with me. As she took the boat into the lock I noticed that the water dispersal at the stern was wrong - an indication that the prop is fouled. Hazel moved the boat to the side as ...
... years representatives and to welcome the three new successors, of which I am lucky to be one!
Listening to last year's scholars and what they have achieved left me feeling a few emotions;
1) Excited. I mean seriously, is this happening!?
2) Welcomed into a new, supportive and dynamic family.
3) Like I have a lot to ...
Wednesday 3rd - Birstall
If you're reading this Rod, yes, the stretch of river heading north out of Leicester was a bit dreary in parts but was very soon erased from our memory upon our arrival at Thurmaston Lock when we discovered Watermead Country Park.
Sitting just five miles north of Leicester, Watermead Country Park is a 140 hectare green oasis. It is a haven for wildlife and a peaceful stretch of countryside.
After along morning trying to fix the water heater we called at Harpur Hill to check on the old "Druid" after the full moon had passed. We called the visa agent but still mo further news.!! Then off for a couple of days camping at Home Farm, Baston Fen a lovely little Hamlet close to Spalding. We met up with family and all camped together. We planned a BBQ but the wind is too strong,so in the usual Buxton fashion we ...
... for a collection of "horseshoes". There are over 230 "horseshoes" hanging on the walls. Most of these aren't real horseshoes but an object representing a horseshoe. You can see in the photos that if they were real horseshoes the horses would have been huge. Apparently the bigger the ego of the peer the bigger the horseshoe he presented. The name of original Lord of the area was Le Ferrer which ...