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... Estate,where for lack of a map , the short loop turned into the long loop. However it was through woodlands and farmland so John, the twitcher, was in his element. Today we have taken in Hidcote - a mass of daffodils, hyacinths, hellebores etc with deciduous trees and climbers just coming in to bud. We also continued our journey into the past by visiting the Rollright Stone circle - a mere 3000 years old. Now we are cooling ...
... and somehow overcome. We both thought again about aborting the remainder of the day and decided instead to get a taxi 4kms to the church at Long Wittendon and to walk into Dorchester from there. Arriving at the church as the low sun painted the landscape in a misty golden hue across the old graveyard we immediately realise we had made a wise decision. Our spirits could not have been higher and we both felt completely relaxed. Suddenly we feel we can comprehend ...
I pulled the evening shift today, so I was really looking forward to sleeping in this morning. But then the girls in my staircase were really loud waking up and running up and down the stairs, and by 8AM I just decided that God obviously wanted me to be awake. So I got up and went to the Hall for breakfast, then got dressed and headed over to Corpus around 9AM to work on my song a bit more. I actually got a lot done, but I only stayed until about ...
... then she turned around and scared me a few minutes later. I can't even summarize everything we all talked about, all I know is it was a super fun night. After a few hours, Adam announced it was time to make The Pyramid. The Pyramid is an OxTrad tradition. On the last night of the program, all the admin try to make a huge pyramid that incorporates everyone somehow. I was on the middle row, but our first try didn't work very well. We only got three rows up, and then ...
I never imagined tha four years on I would still be living in London. When I read back over my blogs from the beginning it feels like a lifetime ago that I first set sail for lands unknown. I do love it here but for me New Zealand will always be home.
When I eft NZ I was only 21 and I feel that my time away has really forced me to grow up and to become independant. It used to be that the minute something went wrong I would call my ...