Abbeyfield Guest House
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... are saying it is the worst summer for 30 years, and farmers are having dreadful problems as they have little winter food for their animals, but all over the country we have experienced some good days interspersed with a lot of rain and low temperatures. It is worrying as I have difficulty imaging how we could cope here during the winter if we find the summer so uncomfortable!
On a more positive note we are looking forward to our next overseas adventure and will keep you updated.
... which was amazing. It had a great mosaic behind the altar and on the ceiling. The seal of each state was in a window. There were maps of different stages of the war. We went to the new Visitor Center which was very informative and well done.
We headed south on the M11 to Saffron Walden. We found a place to park and headed to the Saturday market. It was set up in the center of the town with a ...
... Recognizing his animosity we cut through the field to put as much distance between him and us as we could, but the belligerent bovine started following us, dripping angry slobber. His hoofed comrades joined the pursuit and soon Josh and I found ourselves speed walking towards the gate, nervously laughing and checking over our shoulders to make sure the heard of huffy heifers weren't making too much ground. Luckily we escaped - but I'm starting to ...
As said before, the chocolate like Cadbury and Galaxy are just so good and delicious! I've also had Maltesers which are pretty much Whoppers. However, I do NOT like Whoppers since I find them to be sickeningly sweet and just not good whereas the Maltesers have become a new favorite (well done, Britain. Well done.)
I also had a Yorkie bar which was just a chocolate bar. I thought it was all right, nothing too special. I would stick to Cadbury ...
... it was a Spitfire) doing joy rides. Although I am not sure how much joy there is doing low passes and aerobatics in a plane older than most of us.
Headed back to the motorway and off to Camberley and struck the great British institutions, the motorway queue. For no reason there is a sign queue ahead, and we suddenly queue, do this for a mile or two and then the queue ends and we are back up to speed.
Got to Camberley and met Steve and Scott who were taking me ...