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... odds and ends all hand made. Then went to Silkstone to see Targets dad Boydie and the boxer family. Had. Few more laughs and then back to Tankersley Manor where we met up with Margaret and Robert for dinner. Weather is terrible cold and wet and forecasting snow for tomorrow . Barnsley is a pretty place with lots of gardens and as it is spring tulips and daffodils sway gently in the cold winds everywhere ...
... metres and the square boundaries about 50-60 metres. I felt really comfortable batting because you had to play everything on the front foot. After the game we had a few drinks in the clubhouse and had a chat with all of the boys which was good- I am slowly starting to know them which makes me feel more comfortable. We had Maccas for tea at 10:30 which was a ridiculous time to eat, but we were both ...
... stop we then went to Kay's where we will be staying for the next 5 months. It was only a brief introduction as we dropped off our luggage and went to the pub for lunch. The folk at the pub looked a bit rough but the meals weren't too bad and they were fairly cheap. After lunch we went back to Kay's to unpack our bags and get ourselves settled in. It was a little bit emotional as the realisation of this is going to be our home for the next five months sank in. ...
... out of the hotel I wandered down the mainstreet and grabbed from a local boulangerie and grabbed a selection of fresh croissants, pain de cholocate etc etc
As we headed up the motorway towards Calais we munched...
Amazing memories and a trip never to forget.
... my home in Batley to the canal's start in Leeds. a short distance of 8 miles.
On the canal the first few miles of towpaths are in good condition and the going was good. My only 2 obstacles being turnstiles (designed to stop motorcycles joining the fun) and fellow towpath users, such as a gang of pensioners who were on a hiking trip. A loud bicycle bell is essential for moments like these. ...