Hare and Hounds Hotel
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... Who Will Buy". It is an amazing sight. Our lodgings for the night are about a 15 minute drive from Bath. Tom took us to Limpley Stoke which was a residential locality. We needed Lower Limpley Stoke which Tim would not accept. Eventually finding the Best Western Lower Limpley Stoke Hotel, we find our twin bed room (I think Polly must have booked this one), in a delightful old 3 storey sandstone building with red leafed vines adding to the charm, along with sloping floors ...
I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...
I arrived in heaven on a Saturday morning, and my host has
been the angel Rosemary. There was no reason to be prepared for discomfort of
any kind (as had become my habit), for as we pulled up to a small village of
stone houses, and then stepped into her art and light-filled cottage, I knew I
would be happy as a sheep in a poke. I have no idea if that is a thing, but ...
... to take the man's ax and chop at his neck and in a year and a day, Arthur was to seek out the man and let him do the same to Arthur. I knew that a blow like that to the king might not survive. The king was an important, noble man, while I, I was utterly useless compared to the king so I felt it my duty to take the king's place in this challenge. ...
... recalled the fluffy sheep rubbing their butts against the ancient stones to get a relief from an itch...UREKA!! The historians have gotten it wrong! The ancient stone circles weren't made by people for people, they were made by people for animals! Back then animals, especially sheep were super important and these stone circles served a few purposes for them. They were a calendar, to keep track of when the sheep needed to be sheared. The ditches were dug to give shelter for ...