BEST WESTERN White Hart Hotel
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... of fire engines from all eras dating back to the 1940's. The museum is run by volunteers (fireman who are now retired from either military or civil fire fighting) and the entry is free, which was absolutely amazing, as not only was one offered a free cuppa on arrival but also a personalised tour of about 3 hours of the whole museum, where they relayed all their own lifetime tales of their careers. One of our volunteers, retired as the ...
... at another friend's in the evening, and Saturday I have my last morning of work ( which I am in bit about :( ) and the evening is of course host to the big leaving party!!
I reckon that's when it will really hit home.
I need to go away and make a list of things I have yet to accomplish in time for the flight! Away I go whilst I still have the energy to think about it.
Now it was time to head for the Lincoln Motorhome Show for a few days. We had not been here before, but it was similar to the one at Peterborough. We spent Friday wandering around the stalls and picking up a few bits and pieces that we wanted for Juliette now that we were getting to grips with the differences to our old van. In the evening we went in to the marquee to listen to Darren Busby and even did a couple of dances, then over to the Epic ...
... tower which is very very and I mean very old, it is a thousand years old. For me that was the highlight of the day when we went right to the top of it you could see all of Oxford even green grass paddocks in the country side. But as we were going down to the bottom the bell rang and it was pretty loud, I just jumped with shock when it happend but that was that thanks again see ya ...
... 17th century. Unfortunately, the house wasn’t open the day we went so we had to content ourselves with a wander around the gardens. Like many houses of that era, it has its own deer park, an orangery and formal gardens and covers about 1300 acres.