Angel Inn & Lodge
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... 3 who will be missing are Hamish in NZ, my cousin Claire from South Africa and our doctor cousin Danielle from Ireland so it will be quite a gathering.
You will hear more about that later.....
So - what have we been up to? Actually things have been a bit more sedate during the last few days! We headed back over to Nottingham on Thursday and went to view Nic and Simon's new home just 5 mins walk from where they live now. It is a new build, one of 21 ...
... 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. ...
Sat 11 Oct
In the morning I walk back to the depot. I decide that enough is enough with this tyre, so they locate and collect a new tyre, fit it, and by 11am I am back on the road again. Axa pick up the tab for everything except the cost of the new tyre (a Michelin Pilot 4 for €130). Good service.
I ride rapidly on the highways as far as Charleroi and treat myself to a last ...
... The Farndale, full of sand, and it was rather sweet to see young children making sand castles on the barge as it cruised along. Obviously the bargees had taken the whole family to experience their very last working trip.
Soon we approached Whitley Bridge. I suppose, knowing what he's like, I should have expected to see Dad on the canal bank waiting for us to arrive! And there he ...