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... Very pricey when buying on the day.
On the farm.
We are in a flat on the main Keythorpe farm, with 450 cows and are staying here for a while. Have amazing views of a pond with geese and white swans. The other side of the room overlooks the birthing barn where we can see EVERYTHING :)
Here are some pictures attached.
Love to you all
Hannah and Fraser xx
... yards over the imaginary ravine. At the signal, each team start disassembling their gun into its component parts. The barrel, the wheels, the ammunition, and the limber. The limber being the cradle the barrel actually fits into while being fired. To see the frenetic activity of the teams doing this against each other and the clock is brilliant. First off is the barrel which is slung onto a cradle which is then attached to the suspended rope. Two men then ...
... I met up Kremena and Will again. We hung out in their neighborhood in Islington near the Regents canals. They had just moved into their new place there - in fact, I was originally supposed to stay with them but their move-in date got pushed back so many times that they weren't even sure the place would be ready by the time by arrived. I ended up booking a room on AirBnB in their neighborhood, so at least we could be close and make the most of each other's ...
We left Faygate after a filling home cooked breakfast from our hosts Nick and Johanna to head to Willesden Green in London. This is where my Uncle Nick and Aunty Sue live. The trip was to take 1 and a half hours. 3 hours later we made it. The traffic in London was amazing. At no stage did we become gridlocked, however it was very slow moving. We hoped to see a hand full of red double decker buses. ...
... to speak up and share with others. On our way to Hyde park we walked though Kensington Gardens and enjoyed watching all the dogs running around, we were really starting to miss ours.. These parks are so beautiful and Londoners are truly lucky to have so much green space!
Then we headed to the Marble Arch and found the horse head statue! I was so excited and probably a little too giddy haha! What can I say, I'm a cowgirl at heart!