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... then many! I stood transfixed as I always do when snow falls!
The irony for me is that we had a mini holiday booked and I knew that even though I'd be waking to the wonder of settled snow, I'd have to walk through it and get on a train which would take me away from it!!!! But I enjoyed it while I could. I couldn't sleep much, kept hopping up to look out the window...and woke early to get ready to meander through the villages.
I can only cross my fingers for more :) ...
... of good health, but that doesn't mean we did nothing! We went ice-skating and swimming today, and went into town to do a bit of shopping yesterday.
However, by far the most exciting thing this year so far was that it snowed twice!! And proper snow! I turned into a 5 year old, dancing around in my PJ's and only just resisting the temptation to do a snow angel :P It really was magical! ✳⛄
Until next week,
Thursday was quite uninteresting as we spent the morning packing and four hours of the day travelling. We arrived at Cambridge to our windy Cherry Hinton tree road. Our room was a compact mixture of about 1000 interior decorating styles. We had a quick dinner out, our plan was to go see a movie afterwards but after looking at the exorbitant prices we bought ice cream and went home to the TV and our books ...
... a lot, modernized (of course) and the original Red Lion could not be found. Only a new sign that said "Lion" along with a sort of artsy image of a Lion. Out with the old….
I had to show the kids and Sam the village I lived in that was such an important year in my life. We took a cab to Haslingfield, and walked down New Road (stopping at #70 to take photos outside), to the Rec, where the kids in the village would meet ...
... Trust site and is a Jacobean-style house with gardens and a working watermill. This was Lord Fairbanks house.
We took the bus to the drummer station as usual (city center) and from here there are buses which run to the Anglessey Abbey every hour. The ride was about half an hour and we got off at the Lode cross roads bus stop and go to the abbey. ...