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... wasn't much we heard about.
Thanks again to everyone who made our holiday great, everyone who amused us with their comments, everyone who looked after oldies while we have been away, everyone who taught me to play the ukulele and everyone who takes the time to read this.
If I have embarrassed anyone, it was probably intentional
If anyone feels they were picked on, it was probably intentional
If I have upset anyone, who ...
Our adventure surpassed expectations and scored phenomenomally well on the Units of Pleasure Scale. Get in! We have been home for over a week and I am sitting in the Adventure Operations Centre ie our office, looking out over Pitstone hill........contemplating. We have been trying to single out the "best bits" from our trip. This of course is an impossible task but here are some memorable moments that stand out. ...
... station we walk through the little village along pleasant tree lined streets, quiet during the midday period when all the day’s urgency has flown. Once again, conkers are kicked and we chat jokingly, simply soaking up another warm Indian summer day. We visit the church in Stapleton where the energy line passes and Debby chants confidently but there was not much going on here. In fact it seemed telling that the only information about the church I could find was a safety ...
... Colin and June couldn't resist helping a couple of little kids get their kites up into the air. It was a good Sundays outing and a prelude to a Sunday roast meal at the Fishery Inn in Hemel Hempstead where the huge servings were too much for me, and I had to leave a big roast potato on my plate. In fact for the first time in my life I couldn't even handle a ...
... know what I mean.
But before I natter on about this 'mini-milestone', I must mention one fantastic walk that Tim Horan and I did on Saturday 14th December. Now, not only was this a training exercise for Tim & I, but we also had a 'special guest' on this hike, namely Tim's son David. Regular readers (as if!!!) will recall me mentioning David earlier in this blog; he's the fine young man who I've known all his life and, to ...