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... Mavis? You were the teacher at the Droxford primary school and you lived
with us for years in the spare room over the garage. Yes, of course I remember you. I also remember two summer sojourns in Barry, South Wales at your parents place. I used to go fishing with your Dad and help the milkman every morning on his rounds.”
We kept in touch since that first contact, so ...
... way it should work everywhere , HF Radio is especially in small Aircraft hopeless outdated. 80 miles out it was time to get the Top of Descend Spray Can out and fill out the Paperwork to full-fill the NZ Quarantine requirements.... The manufacturer claim no harm done Breathing that stuff .... I do not know.....where that Cough I have is coming from. Weather in Auckland was lousier than forecasted but controllers did a ...
... the coast, happily sharing narrow
one way bridges, with continual breath taking views...just amazing.
All on extremely well maintained roads too. We drove over gravel
roads a few times when getting to the DOC campsites and when near
roadworks (and there were a lot of roadworks all over the place which
slowed us down), but the road markings, signs, and quality of the
roads were superb and, as they drive on the 'correct' side of the
road, it ...
So I walked down to the start and got a place behind the barriers and saw the start of the women's race, although I could only see the swimming and most of the cycling on the big screen. I left before the cycling had finished to find the bus for the zoo, but I caught a glimpse of the running part later on further up the street. When I left 3 of the ...
... plate while travelling on it.
Runaway train went down the hill very fast and through a tunnel with us standing outside
House on top of crag...steep sides and perched all on its own right at the top.
A flock of sheep running downhill through woods.
Hill shapes reminding us of sand dunes.
Every now and then we're reminded of Shropshire and the Long Mynd.
Then there's pampas grass growing ...