The Rookery Guest House
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I'm always struck by coincidences swirling around people people we meet.
Webs of connections -- threads linking people, times and places.
A cornucopia of life's bounty gathered over decades.
A basket interwoven with shared memories.
The trees bending with ripe apples at Snowshill, with the cider press oozing and dripping ...
I wouldn't miss it for quids!
It really is the season of mists and ...
... about the olden days is this: washing is a downright pain, everyone should go back to owning chickens and a pig, and housing five people in a room the size of a hanky was about average.
I spotted a familiar looking barn too, but Martha was probably waiting until we all went home before checking on the Tardis.
Tomorrow we’ll leave Cardiff behind and go hunting for faeries and pterodactyls. Or was it red kites? The hunt for gnomes is unrelenting, at ...
We both woke up to a terrible head cold and noses dripping everywhere but needed to perceiver as their were a lot of family to catch up with (noting that we were 1 day behind schedule!). We stocked up on lots of cold & flu and lozenges and soldiered on!
We spent the morning with Steve’s mum Claire and her husband Steve having a good catch up and showing pictures of our trip and then we all ...
After enjoying a lovely breakfast in our hotel Anthony and I made a quick visit to the beautiful Bristol Cathedral (next to our hotel) and then we all hopped in the car to head towards Castle Combe, only 15 minutes away. Bristol Cathedral was built in the Gothic Style and dates back to 1140.
While trying to find Castle Combe, we took a wrong turn and surprisingly ended up at the Castle Combe Circuit, a motor racing venue. The boys were thrilled to catch ...
... to Axbridge then the heavens opened and the thunder roared!! It then continued like that for a couple of hours. At the end of the Strawberry Line we had a most pleasant lunch before setting off again for the last push home. We arrived at our various homes in the late afternoon sun, ready to recharge our batteries for Day 4 tomorrow. This will take us up through Monmouth, onto Hereford and finally onto Clun. Total mileage so far is about ...