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... did I mention lighthouses, and don't forget the baseball!! Do we really only have 3 weeks??
Hope you enjoy checking in on occasion after the 10th August and see what we are up to. I won't put the updates on Facebook every time, so if you do want to follow what we are up to, check in here or let me know if you want an e-mail notification from Travelpod when we put on a new entry.
... us some great views of the structure from within - and of the Weaver too. We'll be doing it all again in reverse in a couple of days as sister Bev and her husband, Tor, will be joining us for the return trip. Until then we intend to have a day off at Northwich - and enjoy some of the sunshine we've been promised!
... bogan" kids asked me why I was all dressed up. Fair question. But when I told them I work near the London eye...they said "eh?". -_-
Wow. Then they proceed to ask me to buy smokes so their 16 year old cake faces can wreck their lives from an early age.
Well most of the day was good anyway :)
I am learning how to cook for myself. It's good.
Anyways, I have been up since 3am and its 11pm now.
... By now, we were really hungry and ready for food. So, we stopped and looked at a map on the road, trying to figure out which way was best to find food. While we were standing there, a nice British man came up to us and asked if we needed help. We said no, we were just looking to find a place to eat. After that, the man got very excited and explained directions to a street with many pubs and restaraunts with great food. However, after explaining, he decided that ...
Tuesday we went for a walk down to the local post office about 30 minutes away (at my pace). Cloudy and cold but no rain so it wasn't so bad. In the evening a camper home turned up next to us. A bit of a shock having to share OUR toilets but they only stayed one night. An odd couple from the Isle of Man who had rallying in common. Frances is the mother of a former British Rally champion and Richard was interested in ...