Bridge House Hotel
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... and found a nearby 'square' to drive around and around to wait for her. It was fun. We drove around about twenty times. Amy thought that someone was looking at us funny. Turned out to be a shop mannikin so we teased her about that for the next 10 laps before Jo-Ann arrived and ot into the car. This was her third time in Bath in less than a year
The next stop was Lacock which is a National Trust village cauught in the turn of the 19th Century. The ...
... tight around the ankle and I struggle badly when trying to take them off. Luckily my North Yorkshire cousin is a excellent woodsman and he made me a wooden boot remover which solved all my problems. Given the wet conditions I used it every day until the day when I moved my van to fill up with water and drove over the boot remover which I had forgotten was under the van. Wonderful though the boot remover was, it couldn't withstand nearly 4 tons and ...
It was a day of walking first by the sea and then to the top of what seems to be the tallest hill outside of Beaminster. Hil was at the top of the hill over the vale :) Caroline, Roger and I headed out just after breakfast to West Bay on the South shore of England to see the sea and whatever else we could see. We got coffee, orange juice for me and sweets, sat by the small stoned beach and watched the passer byers while sipping and chatting of the ...
Here I am having landed in Beaminster, Dorset, England at my Uncle Roger and Aunt Caroline's lovely countryside home called the Laurel's. It is has rustically manicured garden . I arrived here last week on Thursday evening with my cousin Dan and his wife Rosaria and son Master or Sir William :) It has been a time of resting in family and also feeling into this time of celebration and heightened inner experience with the Grand Cardinal Cross about which ...
... and horse ploughing? Apparently there were vintage cars and motor bikes, but we didn't see them, but we did see the vintage bicycle display.
And a carnival driven by steam engines. The organs of course, but Merry-go-Rounds, miniature rail rides, a "Plane 'o'matic" and other fair ground attractions.
It was a wonderful stimulation of the senses - sight, sound and smell.