Oldroyd Guest House & Spa
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... Do you only want the anti vandal key or the BWB key as well?" I am asked. I start to say only the anti vandal key when I realise, if I do, at some stage, need the BWB key, I'll REALLY be in trouble. "I'd best take them both," I say, with what I hope is an adorable smile.
The next 6 locks cover a 2 mile stretch and I decided to walk between the locks. I was mulling over the idea that I should really do something about my impatience. When we decide ...
2 days to go!
Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...
... an old steam train railway. Well we never saw or heard anything about that but what we did see, or rather experience, was this wonderful Country Park. Bryan and I took it in turns to go off and explore as I had things I wanted to do and later, when Bryan was preparing dinner, I did my exploring.
Sometimes, you just have to stop. Travelling in a narrowboat is a great way to see things from a different, ...
... a night in a proper bed but we had loads to do as our dear friends from Burwell in Cambridgeshire were heading up for the weekend and we had shopping to do, beds to make and a house to get ready. Claire and family decanted their belongings to the Summer House which would be their bedroom for the weekend and the work started. Shopping lists drawn up we hit Asda big time!! Luckily Ian took care of the house clean up with the boys while Claire, Stewart and I went and did the shop. I ...
... was still shining even though
the clouds were building. Abbots Bromley was now 2kms away at the end of the
6km leg and an early lunch was on the cards. I reached the village at 12.30 via
the churchyard as this is the way the Staffs Way took me. I was now very
familiar with the signage and directional posts which were very accurate in the
sense that every decision making point was signed. The village was old having
been mentioned in 942 ...