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It was a really nice morning. We got to watch the sun rise over the .... And then watch as the clouds set in. It was cool, but nit windy, so I was happy. And I got to see a few squirrels running a muck.
My role was to stand near the ...., which was the entrance and hand out route guides, whine directing the riders to the start line.
It was a bit of a subdued affair really, ...
... the rain and buy an umbrella we were about 2 minutes from the next station. So instead of hopping the tube we grabbed a coffee and warmed up, talked to a nice gentleman and he suggested we take a taxi to the museum instead of the tube as its stop was also closed.
When we arrived at the museum it was very busy, many tour groups and lots of tourists from all over had the same idea I think, but when I think back this museum is always busy. We went through and showed Terry ...
... parting advice, only a teenager full of worldly knowledge who had just recently sat her geography GCSE, brimming with newly gifted intelligence about Africa, gifts a anxious traveller with; 'don't get aids!'. Can't say I was planning on. On that note, I left home. Driving out of the village we passed the village groupies who had created an banner for me. Which read 'Goodbye Imodium man', my newly christened nickname since the antics of the last gap yah had ...
... t prepared to pay 11 pounds for an exhibition of someone we'd never heard of, but it excluded the Main Gallery and another gallery. When we asked the receptionist we couldn't understand what she was saying, so we wandered tentatively through the door and up the stairs, and found ourselves in the shop. When we asked again, we were told we were allowed through a door (that was specifically labbelled as entry to a wing that was prohibited on our ticket) to a ...
... Despite the needlepoint sampler that reads (more or less) 'If your friends think that your garden just happened by itself, then it's time to get new friends' that hangs in the parlor, Loyd's gardens, originally plotted a century ago by Edwin Luytens, are an informal mix of flowers, herbs, shrubs and plant in pots. Much of the plant material--red primroses, lime green euphorbia, yellow daffodil, blue grape hyacinths--is repeated from space ...