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... all take a turn at Captaining the team and taking full responsibility for the game. The keepers have all had a session with a specialist wicket keeper over here, Jack had a session on Monday and got a lot out of it, it's very different keeping on turf than it is on synthetic at home so they are learning some great new skills.
We have settled in to the Honest Lawyer, very impressed that we gave them ...
... find our new digs, The Honest Lawyer motel and checked in. It's fine, not flashy but it will do for 2 nights before we head up to Scotland. The game was at Barnard Castle today so we headed over there, a really beautiful town with the ruins of a castle set up on the hill and the river running through the town, so pretty. The boys had another easy win, it was a 35 over match, we made 186 and had them all out for about 120ish, ...
... my Dad but he couldn't remember where the plot was. This time I have some plot coordinates so I am expecting to succeed.
30 minute drive south east of Durham to Hartlepool through some magnificent green rolling country. We arrived at the cemetery and with the plot coordinates we spent the next 90 minutes trying to find Maggie's grave. No headstone made it really tough but I reckon I have located the plot.
It's getting late so time to head back to Durham for ...
... King although tempting and straight into the first restaurant we saw! Turned out to be a Jamie Oliver Italian restaurant....score!! We had crispy squid for entree and I had Carbonara, Rob very spicy Piri Piri chicken, so good!! A few wines to go with it and we were very happy :) Back to the farm for our last night, we are sad to be leaving here,it's so comfy and quiet but on to London in the morning for 3 nights, looking forward to a train trip down and seeing such an iconic ...
... where the boys played their first game. We were handed a tourist map and saw that there were boat trips on the river so we headed down there. With some time to kill it was beer o'clock and we enjoyed a quick drink in a riverside bar then boarded for an hour cruise up and down the river for £8 a ticket. It was great, good photos from different perspectives on the river and a bit of ...
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