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After a lovely evening with Ben and Claire it was an early start on a cool, damp, morning. Cases packed and ready to go so its time to take the two greyhounds (Sheba and Flash) for a walk around the village. Back home and time for breakfast, followed by shower, last minute emails and checks plus loading cases (Lots) into a very small car. Popped in to say farewell to Helen, reminding her we will see her in a month when we return for a ...
... can leave you, or them, very confused. Although it is rather fun to stump them with Canadian slang. Toque and poutine are common favourites. On the other hand the British have some key phrases that are necessary to learn
Canadian = British
french fries = chips
potato chips = crisps
trousers = pants
pants = underwear
line-up = queue
course (class) = module
what's up?/how are you? = alright?
... br> This week we spent 2 nights at Baltic Wharf in Bristol, met up with Heidi also bumped into John & Claire ( egg man) on the site.
Had 2 nights at Clevedon and a visited Tyntesfield
A few challenges this week the 12 volt failed then the hot water pipe burst so two visits to West Country Motor Homes. Staying in Burnham Friday night then on to Exeter for the weekend. ...
... some water and travel sweets and then browsed the shops. A purchase was made in Mango, a cheap t-shirt just because I do not have enough to wear! We sat and waited for our boarding gate instructions appeared the at 9:05am we were off to gate 33 and after a short wait we were on the aeroplane. We took very close notice of the directions given by the Norwegian air hostess who gave out how to use the several pieces of equipment that ...
... please. I asked for a coffee and Lynn said David would sort me out whilst she went off to prepare the baps....Now I can't help but ask questions, usually they are of the 'open' type i.e. the type that make it difficult to say either 'no'; or 'yes'. I knew not to ask those questions from the training I got as a child watching Michael Miles, host of 'Take your Pick' catch contestants out. Anyway I digress. My usual open question is 'how's the season been ...