Travelodge Birmingham Central
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My first day here in Western Australia. It had a slow start, having a late breakfast with Diane, and then chilling out and chatting!!!!!. Eventually we drove to town to Woolworths for grocery shopping and various other things. Very hot but with a lovely breeze. Again had a late lunch and then a snooze to catch up with just a bit of jet lag. ...
... Lear who has a tumour behind her eyes and they travel to BIRMINGHAM Children's hospital once a month for treatment. She is adorable but almost blind. I told Her that I would pray for Her and would also ask my friends to do the same. Please pray for this lovely little family. Thank you. Well onward and upward now. So another update ...
... We continued to eat our way around the markets however! We had waffles, donuts, more mulled wine and even had deep fried cheese. We finished off the night with a ride on the Ferris wheel, which was a little scary going up for me as I'm not so good with heights. But once I realised that we were pretty secure, it was a lovely ride looking over the city on a clear night with the full moon ...
... being in the middle of the city.
Last week we spent four days in Market Drayton and while there, met up with Larkin (an ex colleague of Bryan's) and Tony who we discovered live quite close to Chirk. So next time we pop into Wales we might meet up with them again. Market Drayton marks the northern extent of our travels this year.
For the last twelve days the weather has been really strange - lots of heavy cloud threatening rain but rarely any rainfall ...
... on a bridge, watching us. It turned out that they were all boaters who moor on the Tat Bank Branch. They said there was room at the end of the line of boats for us. That was good news!
At the top lock there is an old pumping station, the headquarters of the BCN Society. We continued as far as we could along the top level, which is the highest navigable part of the BCN. We passed an old maltings which had apparently been restored and then subsequently burned ...