The King William IV Country Inn & Restaurant
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... idea to go for my birthday and Christmas as we were going to be at home on our own as all our family are scattered over this country and the world. We were delighted when our good friends, Keith and Chris decided to come on the same cruise. Originally they were in the next balcony cabin to ours, until we were upgraded and moved to mid ships. We are now getting excited and are starting to ...
... and others by size and shape since they are all about the same color.
Tuesday we head to Titchwell Marsh which is a RSPB Reserve. People here are still excellent birders but more open and friendly. They are quick to share anything interesting and we get some good reinforcement on our identifications. We also pick up several new birds including a Hobby (very peregrine falcon like), the ...
... the grounds almost like a public park or community center with events going on all the time. There was a local cricket match being played on the grass near the lake, a Morgan car club picnicking on the grounds and a huge playground filled with families. There were a couple of herds of deer roaming a short distance from the people and lots of birds on the lake. The sun was shining and we could have been in any time since 1900. We took a ...
... tower which is very very and I mean very old, it is a thousand years old. For me that was the highlight of the day when we went right to the top of it you could see all of Oxford even green grass paddocks in the country side. But as we were going down to the bottom the bell rang and it was pretty loud, I just jumped with shock when it happend but that was that thanks again see ya ...
This is being done without photos, well it was, but I have now added them . Ray took Glenis and I on a little tour of Mundford, they then dropped me off to explore the local church (St Leonards) and the Village of Mundford. The ladies of the Parish were having a coffee morning, I was invited , but declined, the Vicar's wife took me under her wing, this beautiful church dates back ...