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... of church people who invited me to try some soup. How nice was that! I remembered particularly Gwen, my mother-in-law and her kindness always.
Next day I drove to Woburn and went into the Abbey- had been there many times as a child but lovely to return.
Terry put on a great BBQ at her place with all the neighbours - great fun! The wine flowed!!
... read, AND the bus actually does stop...hence I won't miss the stop I need to get off at. Secondly, I learnt that stories that other people take the time to share with you can give you confidence that what you are doing is right, and perfectly normal.
I learnt that strangers often turn out to give the best friendship advice in the world.
And I don't even know her name...
Lisa xo ...
... that is Germany, but be prepared...it's a lot tougher reading and feeling than it is seeing. It was definitely a low/high light of my trip though.
-I spent a lovely 2 days camping up in the Bavarian Alps with Berit! We did some really nice walks (much to my surprise because I was never one to ask 'can we go for a walk' at home) and saw some great places. We laughed a lot, decided cheap tents are better than expensive (because you can see the fluro tent lines) and went ...
... the swarms of midges drove me away, so I never got my cake today. For the next two miles or so, as the road circled part of the reservoir,I had to keep my mouth tightly shut, as thousands of midges hit me. From now on the climbs came regularly as I moved from one valley to the next. In all there was 1260 ft of climbing but tomorrow I face 1640 ft. Did 47 miles today, taking my total to 568 miles or 908 km.
On arriving in Bedford ...
... it seems.
Everything has meaning, if slightly hidden.
Must always search for the hidden meaning to unveil the truth
Otherwise you're left floundering in the space between memories.
Nothing is more frustrating and makes you doubt your own sanity.
It's all I can do to remember my name.
Chill out and have another glass of wine.