Rivendell Guest House
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... Exeter Underground Passages. They were started in the 1300s to supply water to the cathedral and, later, to the town. A system under the city that carried the lead, then the iron, water pipes. Not enough bookings so he missed out and we had to be content with the museum display and video. Next time.
Drove on to near Dorchester to camp on a farm. Our LAST night camping for 2014 - we survived it ...
We got an email today with a lot of information about the first couple weeks in Nepal.
Arrival date: 25th November, we'll be met at the airport by both of our team leaders. They'll have a nice big sign and it sounds very fancy, we'll have the rest of this day to settle in. This is also the time when we will be given our first 'allowance' ...
... drew the dog away. Unfortunately for mine and Dave's senses of humour, the dog was not called Churchill.
(For any non-British people who might be reading this, for a few years now there's been a series of humorous insurance adverts on TV involving a bulldog called Churchill [based on the historic figure of Winston Churchill, who epitomised the wartime 'British Bulldog' spirit], whose catchphrase is "Oh Yes!", said while nodding.)
... road a bit to explore further. As we re-crossed the Great Bridge I noticed a statue of the artist Augustus John, who lived in Fordingbridge from 1927 until his death in 1961. Most of the shops were closed, because it was a Sunday, but we did go into a little temporary local art exhibition, where Dave bought some cards.
After Fordingbridge we drove further into the New Forest, stopped and went for a walk on the heath. ...
... Forest ponies, bracken and trees.
After setting up our tent and having a rest for a couple of hours, we chucked rugby, cricket and tennis balls around for a bit in an empty field and then it was time to drive down the road for a quick foray into the edge of the Forest. Several New Forest ponies wandered around, drinking at the stream, crossing the road and nibbling at grass in ...