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... tomorrow. Brian and Maureen live in a tiny place (about 300 sq ft) with a beautiful garden and a wonderful view of the Wharfe Valley. It was quite a feat to have all 11 of us over at the sane time! We were able to use Brian's computer to Skype with Hannah, Ansel and Gavin, so Barbara could meet her newest great-grandchild.
It was a wonderful day with a wonderful family.
... though the school holidays had finished and it was a mid-week day, the place was absolutely packed with people. It was probably too cold to swim, although not for the locals, but with the carnival rides and tourist attractions along the beachside, the place was writhing with people.
Boston was an interesting town. They have their own mill which grinds local grains for flour, just near the centre of town. There wasn’t much to ...
... of an extremely rare, moated, 16th century, half timbered manor house virtually untouched since. It looked as if it was a film set but it is totally real. We had a great tour of the building & were very impressed with the place.
Our next stop was Haughmond Abbey, a ruined Augustinian abbey near Shrewsbury, another casualty of the dissolution of the ...
Monday 14th July - Chearsley
Moving north we drove up to Sutton Coldfield for lunch with Jean & John Topliss. They were both well & it was great to catch up again after a few years. After a very slow progress we eventually arrived at Sue & Ken's place in Wilmslow. Ken looks so much better after having his hips fixed. After dinner we drove on to ...
A lot has happened since I made my last entry (this site has been closed for maintenance). So I won't ramble on too much. Instead, I'll give you a summarised version:
We spent a wet and windy few days in Skipton and then moved onwards with the aim of mooring by the top lock at Bingley. The day was lovely and calm for our passage through the worst of ...