The Bays Guest House
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Well, the final leg of our holiday, the drive back home. We left Kirstens about 1120am and took a different route via Cambridge, because there was a flying display on at Duxford. Likely to be big queues. A bit slow around Cambridge but were soon moving well again on the A14. We hit the traffic jam at Swaffam, about 2 miles long. There was a market in the town but it was not holding ...
Today we set off at 7am to leave the Isle of Skye and drive to March, which is outside of London. It was supposed to be a 10 hour drive but we came across so much traffic that it took over 11. The weather today was absolutely perfect and because it's a Saturday we assume that's why there was so many people on the roads. I quickly fell asleep after not getting much sleep last night and was awoken by Ron who was so excited to take photos because we were above ...
... amp; Lauren did their teen version of Boston sightseeing. Millie & Abbey had a ball and got spoilt by Maddy, Tanita & Carroline.
It was a perfect way to spend out last day in Boston.
Thanks for the great memories!
... came together a treat. It was one of the most fabulous evenings ever, Alexis was in awe of all her new relatives, Vince rolled out his humour and Abbey and Millie became the best of friends.
Meeting my Uncle Alan, Dad's brother was something I anticipated doing years ago. To finally achieve my goal to meet our British family after my search began in Boston 20 years ago was both rewarding and satisfying.
We have an amazing family!
... in the UK in terms of diversity, numbers and rarities. At this time of year almost anything can turn up although most vagrants are found during and after periods of strong winds from the east or north and recent weather systems have been mainly westerly. Nevertheless there was at least one Yellow-browed Warbler and a Pectoral Sandpiper on the coast - not major rarities but I only needed two species for my 200 for the year.