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Middleham is a centre of racehorse training and from 6 in the morning strings of racehorses were going under our bedroom window being taken up onto the moors for a run, and even just off the market square were stables with horses being trained. A few minutes walk up a path out of the market square in Middleham is Middleham castle. Originally a wooden ...
This is my last night at home before I head out to Guatemala via Houston.
I'm too nervous to sleep and I'm enjoying my bedroom for the last time.
I am also finishing some last minute music downloads and playlist editing for my ipod. Setting off at 4:30 in the morning for London Heathrow. I will also be keeping a personal journal as well as an online blog.
I will post again once I'm there and I get chance.
... too - although I found the half which had been made into a junk shop strangely disconcerting! Not far from there we were taken to the remaining tower of a Knights Templar castle. Apparently Lincolnshire was second only to Yorkshire I being the wealthiest Templar county and they were very powerful for 2 centuries. So a bit of history and touristy things and a lot of eating, drinking, school memories and laughter in Lincolnshire! Lovely visit and over too ...
... a huge chocolate horse and carriage. It looked delicious and amazing. After we had seen them making chocolates we went to the cafe for hot chocolate and a tasting session. We tried lemon, lime, lavender, honeycomb, and caramel. All of them were yummy. We also got to try the truffles we had seen being made. They were strawberry and lemon flavour, I liked the strawberry. In the shop I bought a chocolate Scottie ...
... one and/or live in one!
Biff and Jean have a vast knowledge of environmental issues and we've been delighted to learn from them. "Peak oil" and "transition town" were phrases we weren't particularly familiar with. Simply put, the amount of oil we are using exceeds the amount we are discovering and we are discovering less and less. So we have already reached "peak oil" and ...