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The plan for today was some preparation for Sue's birthday party here on Sunday afternoon. Sue's son Stuart came and helped put up 2 borrowed gazebos in the garden and set up tables in the conservatory. He was here for morning tea and a relaxing lunch. After Stuart left we two girls, with dog Dove went for a short drive to Boddington Reservoir to walk around it, which took about an hour. This reservoir is ...
... Barlands' shot. I had walked about 25 km and was thirsty and almost out of water and to make things worse I was at the base of the Dowdswell Dam which supplies water for the biggest town around. But no taps. Bad. I passed a fountain in the grounds of some grand manor house but still no tap. Worse. Then I come across this sign! Almost too much. But happy ending I found a cider. Everything looks better through cider eyes (so I put the last photo in for everyone except me!).
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OK, OK, OK. For those demanding more quiz questions (thanks Neil) here they are.
1. What thatch animal was (and still is) on the roof of a house in Stanton. It is not one of those included in the photos. Small cryptic clues are available upon email request.
2. What's the function of the LHS bit of this stile. No clues as this is an easy question.
3. What's the function ...
... Shakespeare salt and pepper shakers? Who knew you would want them?
It was a fun couple of hours, but now we are heading back to London for two more days of sightseeing. The English lessons are over now, but the history lessons are only beginning. Out of all the places they could have chosen, they decided on the Tower of London and the Churchill War Rooms. I kid you not.
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... fascinating attraction. We took a tour of the cottage with a very knowledgeable guide. Did you know? Wordsworth made very little money out of his poems? His income was 'adequate' and came from a bequest from a benefactor. As Poet Laureate he made some £60 per year even though he wrote not a single poem in the years he held the post. At the same time Lord Byron was being paid 3,000 guineas per manuscript and made more in a day than Wordsworth made in twenty years - even ...