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... the edge of ruining the motor. After it was repaired we went on a trip to Newton Abbey where Lord Byron the poet lived. Then onto a small mining village and back to the van.
Saturday we went to Shardlow which was a port on the Trent-Mersey Canal. What a lovely peaceful place it was. Had an hours walk (route march!) along the canal and back. Then onto Derby. A very old town which is now a thriving place. The park and ride ...
... two of England's most influential people were born so we drank a toast to them.
One was Isaac Newton, of the falling apple fame, and the other was one of the best prime ministers the UK has produced in recent history, the Iron Lady herself Dame Margaret Thatcher. Long may she live.
Today we have spent tidying up the van and the car. We ...
... for the day. Remarked to Jean that I was sure we had been here before as the Vulcan was on display but convinced myself that it was East Kirkby we had been to. Turns out on our second visit that we had been there before. Never mind, it was worth a visit just to see the Vulcan again. Both my Dad and I worked on the Vulcan. Dad for years, me for hours! Saw a ...
... on the van we can watch about 300 channels of pure rubbish.
We went to Southwell Minster and was treated to a concert by a Lute player and a Contra Tenor. Very impressive but not my style of music.
We were going to a village called Matlock on Thursday but got an invite to Billy Benbows. To me it is a part of a family that is a bit confusing, but Jean loved the visit. They talked about old times and family.
A TV aerial is ready to go up the mast, which isn't actually fitted yet, so we can watch a few programmes instead of DVD's, we now have hot water on tap and all seems to be going well. Bed is comfy, van is big enough to live in so we are ready to go.
SO, when something exciting happens we will be in touch.