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I'm spending two weeks in Birmingham! And my niece and nephew are awesome! Ava now gets me put her to bed every night! It's great! And this time she'll remember me! I made a pavlova with her and that went very well! We've also gone to some indoor play places which she has really enjoyed. she likes showing me what she can do! Saturday we went to a beer festival! It ...
... at 5am the next morning! But I survived. On Sunday, I went out to Kate's for my last ride out. Lou, Jane, Kate and I rode out on the bridle path around Orton on the Hill. The day was stunning, the view was incredible, and it felt just like spring. And before you start wondering if I was working during this week, yes I did AI at the Hughes' every morning but there was only 1-5 cows to do each day, which made for a very cruisey final ...
... area grew to include fish markets, horse trading and butchery. Legend has it that a large corn market was also on site and within that was a 'Green' where a large iron ring sat. Bulls were tied to the 'ring' while waiting slaughter and the name Bulllring stuck, hmm not squeemish when purchasing their corn then!! Over the years the bullring has seen markets, fairs and riots, apparently there was an unsavoury element in attendance at these fairs which in turn led ...
... and Emily's new house in Willoughby. Robin collected us by car and 10 minutes later we were admiring all that they had achieved in their new home. After a delicious meal cooked by Robin (another husband who cooks) we were driven home through the delightful village, past the pond where the ducks were asleep in the road. Emily has had to get out of her car and wake them up and shoo them out of the way before now. We were very lucky to find a place to moor ...
... cars coming by and I appear to be walking with MY dog that is NOT on a lead. We must have walked a mile at least when I saw, coming towards us, a lady leading 3 dogs. Sammy ran up to her and I heard her shouting at him to "go home". I asked if she recognised the dog and she said yes he lived at the farm and that he was always running loose and would get run over soon. She carried on walking past me AND Sammy went too. I called out to her, "I think ...