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... side." "Dogs are not very good at spelling or letter-writing." Said Barney, "I much prefer franking envelopes." Barney suddenly felt he'd spent enough time at the post office. "Shall we go?" "But I thought you had business to attend to?" Miss Josephine asked. "Oh yes," said Barney, "I almost forgot." With that he cocked his leg, left his traditional scented calling card, and walked a way. "Job done." "Oh, Barney." Said Miss Washington, as she ...
quiet day with Sue and Susan going to look at the Clark's Shoe Museum and Clark's village (more shops!) and me helping John pick apples in the orchard
in afternoon I dropped Sue of at the village of Somerton and John & I went on to Haynes International Motor Museum at Sparkford near
terrific collection of over 400 cars and motor bikes. Traffic was bad on the A303 as there were many holiday ...
... by John at a location in Street to look at an Eco Village which had been built in Street. we then walked back with Susan through the back streets to look at the architecture etc
nice day which allowed us to dry some washing whilst we were out. Well it did rain a bit around lunchtime then we actually saw blue sky. Sorry I should have taken a photo of that!!!
... to Scotland, but the first item on the agenda is the weather - will it be sunny and warm, or chilly and wet? We've decided to assume the worst and pack all of our wet weather clothes, whilst leaving the shorts and t-shirts behind. Only time will tell if we made the right decision.
Join us tomorrow, as the adventure truly begins!
Until next time,
... toward some castle parapets, which turned out to be Windsor Castle! Without realizing it, we'd gone from Eton to Windsor when we crossed the Thames. Clueless tourists. Altho thronged with tourists, it was all adorably British. Really, they had me at flowers: the English love their flowers, and there are enormous lush pots of them everywhere, in public and private spaces. We saw a couple of small villages with the obligatory thatched roofs, window boxes of blooms, and ...