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... the time. We headed toward a place called Pickering. The roads were good and there was minimal traffic outside York.
When we arrived at Pickering, we were pleasantly surprised by the town. We had seen signs to a steam train, so we followed the signs. We drove through it to start with and ended up at the nice little spot on the train line. I had to take a few pickies there. Then we parked in town & walked up the streets, ...
... t too big a crowd waiting but, by the time we were admitted to queue inside for tickets, there were hundreds of people in line behind us. Thank god we had been so early! We made our way through the portcullis gates and looked at the view from the Argyle Battery over the Georgian New Town, saw the One o'clock Gun and wound our way past the Governor's House and New Barracks, through Foog's Gate and up to St Margaret's Chapel, the oldest building in ...
... and unpleasant, and I had no idea if I'd like the flavour or not, but it was really good. A very fine mince, with a strong herb and meat flavour. I don't think the deep-friedness would have changed the essential taste. And the chocolate bars were good too. I had some creme fraiche on mine, to take the edge off the sweetness, and although I was already pretty full, it was quite easy to eat. That was 3 hours ago, and I'm still full.
We went to Arthur's Seat.
It is a mountain.
It took about 1 hour to get all the way up to the top.
It was a fun climb up.
It had a lot of snow on it and a good view on the top. I think. I didn't look at the view.
Riley and I had a snowball fight. It was so fun.
I carried a snowball all the way home. I was going so good. Then I slipped at the fridge and broke it.
... George IV dying. She was in a movie theater where they stopped the movie to make the announcement. Touring the yacht brought back memories to her. She remembered waiting in the streets to wave to the Queen when she visited Australia. Dinner was good. Jean and I had the Moroccan chicken. We then boarded the bus to be dropped off on Bridge Street so we could walk up to the castle for the Military Tattoo. We got up to the castle and got in the ...