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Tuesday 1st July.
I had to sleep on a train again, but this time it was in a big soft bead with a fluffy doona... And a teenage boy. Well, it was still an improvement. Add to that an English breakfast of fruit, toast, eggs, sausage & bacon (mmmm magic pig) and our carriage hotel was fabulous.
On the road again. We are now in …
... a working residence, I think the children all imagined something like our Buckingham Palace experience. They were delighted to find actors dressed in traditional garb wandering around and re-enacting aspects of the Henry VIII life story. Alex was even chosen to be part of the play at one point!
The was a lot of confusion over which wifes' were divorced, and which beheaded (it doesn't help when he married 3 Katherine's and 2 Ann's...) but by the time we'd explored the ...
... family, but also with childhood friends and several of her nursing buddies. One nursing pal, Vi Waller, had a daughter called Margaret. I have a photo of the two of us taken when we were 4 or 5, before my family left England in 1952. Several years ago, our daughter, Joanna, and her husband, Chris, accompanied Mom on her last trip to England, and visited Margaret (now called Maggie). Joanna became Facebook friends with Maggie a while back, and I ...
... me I would lose my fish to a heron. About mid Oct, I finally decided to heed the warnings and put a net over the pond to keep any potential heron from stealing my fish and also to keep the leaves from falling into the water. I left one end, about a foot wide, of the pond open because the neighborhood cats and foxes and badgers and squirrels all drink out of the pond. There are water lily pads in the pond so ...
Easy morning at our castle digs including a visit to the Falconry, where they keep birds of prey for sport. Kinda interesting but didn't make a lot of sense seeing these beautiful birds teathered to posts when they weren't doing the sport. Next we headed downtown Edinburgh to see the sites and visit the Edinburgh castle, an incredible structure at the end of ...