The Three Horseshoes
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... around - but who knows how we will be feeling. We may just rent a car to sleep in ... a very real possibility. Our flight then departs from Halifax around 7:30am, making a quick stop over in Edmonton and then on to Vancouver arriving mid day giving us plenty of time to find our way onto the island. Phewf. A whirlwind couple of months, but we are really looking forward to everything that is coming our way. Keeping our fingers crossed and taking one day at a time. ...
... it with the spare, Richard couldn't find the key thingy bob to get the very flat tyre off. He searched every nook and cranny, tore the car apart, called Mercedes Benz to ask if they'd lend us a key (they wouldn't), joined a roadside assistance company, got advice from the rat killing man who'd come over to check the rats in the attic, all to no avail.
The next plan was to ring roadside assistance first thing in the morning, hope they could organise ...
... Michael and All Angels which dates from the 12th century and is set on the Mary energy line. We read of significant connections of this church with royalty and admire the font which dates from the 1200’s. Leaving the Church we disappear from sight into a suburban footpath, once again stepping into the unseen world just at the bottom of the garden for these residents. Unfortunately it’s a very unkempt footpath and we even have to ...
... key decisions for our C2C team.........Steve will not be our first aider! There we were at the half way point, enjoying a drink and a sandwich, when I managed to start choking on a tuna-mayo mouthful. While silently gasping for breath and contemplating a premature end in the middle of nowhere, Steve (rather than rush to perform the Heimlich Manoeuvre), happily kept munching away on his own ...
Thanks for the tip Peter! We took your advice and the three of us ladies (our third amigo was our lovely Aussie friend and Leann's QC co-worker, Bronwyn) jumped the train bound for Tring for a Saturday out of London.
We spent a surprising amount of time amusing ourselves at the Natural History Museum (originally ...