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Travel Blogs from Weymouth
Hello all. It's less than 24 hours before we set off on our latest road trip. We gather together at 6pm tomorrow evening, Friday 13th June, at the football stadium car park, more commonly known as Bob Lucas stadium (whoever he is/was) We have been working on the mobster, tweaking & decorating & Steve has some sound effects (heaven help us!) The photos will be put on with this.
Derek (our 10 month old labradoodle) is all packed ready for his holiday with Ann & ...
... coast at the Dorset Devon border and is known as the Jurassic Coast. The harbour wall known as "The Cobb" which is just down the road from our apartment features in Jane Austen's novel Persuasion and in movieThe French Lieutenant's Woman. You may remember Meryl Streep stood on The Cobb with her hooded cape blowing in the wind. The DVD of the movie is in the apartment and as it is a long time since we have seen the movie we will watch it again while we are here.
... Bay, Sydney
Watch this space as we bring you the run up and the actual journey
Nick and Kim
... correct train to her with no restrictions on the amount of time I
have to get there or leave.
I arrive at the Salisbury Caravan and
Camping Club with Wendy waiting for me at the door step. After the usual warm welcome she escorts me
to the Arizona Corner or the Carl and Mark Corner. We chat on the way about family and
travels. Nigel is off flying so will not
get to see him until later. After
setting up camp it is time ...
... with 15 minutes to spare! Uncle Colin met us with open arms, a big smile, and much needed cup of tea. Again we sat and talked and talked. Later that afternoon, Marcus and I met up with long lost cousins, Tim and Fiona, they have not seen each other since Marcus was 7 !! Also Tim's wife Anita, and Fiona's husband Scott. OMG... They are sooo gorgeous, all of them. So out came the champagne, time to cheers and welcome us here, lots ...