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On Tuesday last week Colin and June took me to visit Andrew at his lovely home in Milton Keynes, where we had a cuppa before heading out to see the sights.
Milton Keynes is a funny old place. The new town of that name consists of an area of land between two major motorways where a number of small villages once stood. It has an area of 89 sq kms and lies 72 kms northwest of London and is deliberately located equidistant from London, Birmingham, ...
... the darkest house I have been to during my time in the UK. That, combined with not using a flash, made getting pictures challenging! Getting to see this incredible collection was exciting. There were beautiful paintings, furniture, an extensive collection of Sevres porcelain, lace, books, European porcelain from the 1400s, even a collection of buttons. The gardens were beautiful and visiting the aviary was fun.
When I drove back to Luton, I ...
... pretty ingenious, don't you think?
Her friends are outstanding. Cathy is as sharp as a tack on wit and Mac was just hilarious. In fact, Mac and Mark together was a dangerous cocktail. Ginny is wonderfully creative, but fell asleep (mind you, we had been going 6 hours then) and Mike was also funny. Chris laughed more than I have ever seen him laugh ever before!!! We sat outside until it got dark around 9.30, so warm was the ...
... well in advance I spent a lot of time this evening anxiously waiting for the online check in to open for my flight, the last thing on my to do list for the day. Tomorrow I have my last day of work before I set off to Heathrow to begin my adventure. In the mean time, I'm going to enjoy my last nights sleep in my bed for 7 weeks..at least I won't be requiring the use of an electric blanket during that time :) Sabina ...
Well, we're back where we started. We bid a sweet adieu to our Pitlochry B&B this morning and travelled the whole day, down the East coast (actually in sight of the ocean at times) to London and then back out 20 min. to our B&B in St. Albans. Long day of travel! I saw the most idyllic town on a little hill, between a bay and the ocean out on a little point. If I could get kids and grandkids to move here, that might be my next home!! Sigh!