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We left edgware (London) after saying our goodbyes to the house keeper. She loved having us there and gave us the mum lecture of being safe on our travels. We walked down to the station with our packs on and whilst on the train we watched the number of people grow thinking that it might be interesting to get ourselves and all our gear off. We did …
... and had these suns of York nailed to the roof, which was then entirely painted. Another feature of this roof were 14 carved angels which had been set on alternate hammer-beams (what I'd call roof trusses). As part of Henry VIII's 1538 fit of petulance when casting out the Catholic Church, he had ordered the removal of all graven images. Looking up now all one can see are the open tenon joints showing clearly where the hammer-beams and their angels had been removed. ...
... her playbox and like a petulant child, is throwing everything out at us. The sky, a radiant blue one minute, is dotted with black clouds and grey the next. The breeze grows and gusts from every which way. Inevitably we eventually settle to just walking through it all. In our quietness we both try to come to grips with walking in this new landscape. It’s not as immediately appealing with the enticing picture book scenery of places like Devon and Cornwall. It ...
... particularly appropriate chant, Shraddha suktam.
Before saying goodbye to David and Ann, we had developed a walking itinerary for the next 8 days which should see us complete our pilgrimage into Hopton-on-Sea on the Norfolk coast next Thursday afternoon. Its an exciting prospect, made all the more so, because Debby says her feet are now feeling wonderful after 6 days rest and some treatments. Wish us luck and watch this space for the finale.
... a treacherous area for pilgrims. Our route will be through sparsely populated country with very limited options for accommodation and will also have to negotiate many water courses that flow through the area. However, for now I am happy that the initial prospecting work has been done and as Debby heads off to get a massage, I head off for yet another flat white coffee.
Once again my rest is disturbed. I was struck by an advert which appears to suggest Coca ...