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Travel Blogs from Drayton Parslow
Back again !
Today was a slow day in terms of the time spent on the go. We were up and in to breakfast at 7:30 as the "Farm Lodge" hosts serve breakfast from 7 - 8:30 only. Had another good breakfast, getting us off to a good start to our day. Then back to the room to get cleaned up and ready to go.
We headed out at just after 9am ...
... the hired morning suit
fitted Pete well. A different experience, being where new recruits
are first kitted out. Ali also took us to see the wedding venue,
Halton House. Very impressive and beautiful. The day so far is
mainly warm and sunny.
dropping Pete back at the hotel, Ali and I met Craig at the train
station – he had travelled from York that morning with a pile of
luggage and was ready for a relaxing few hours catch-up and ...
... mixed with rain in the morning so Meagan and I sat under cover at the bow of the boat and left the boys in the stern to steer. It fined up in the afternoon and the sun came out, putting a different light on the canal. We experienced a bit of boat rage when we got stuck behind a very slow boat going back through the tunnel and had to almost stop our boat to avoid bumping them. They did not speed up when we were back in the open and when we called out to them to ...
... gave us the name of the manager there, who could probably receive items for us.
No boating today
Sun 19th May
Not Hazel’s birthday any more. Early start to get to Wolverton where thankfully we were able to moor. Discovered that Kings Church were still meeting in a local school at 1030 so we went there instead of the planned New Life church. A whole hour of worship followed by 30 minutes of prophecy, prayer and a few ...
... into our B&B, The Brownlow. It's an adorable renovated stables, and in a beautiful, peaceful setting. Sue, our hostess, had a lovely dry Irish sense of humor, andmade us feel quite welcome. On her recommendation, we went into "town" (Cheddington), and had a lovely dinner at The Old Swan. This is an adorable 600-year-old inn, with a really great gastropub. I would happily go back there, if I'm in the area again.