Church Hill Farm B&B
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... and who knows what could happen if they decide there's something they aren't happy with.
Hattie, my 1990 XTZ750, who took me all the way through South- and Central America, Mexico and into the US on the 2011 Pan American Expedition, was stripped down to the last nut & bolt before being rebuilt with a late TDM 850 engine. Have a look at the photos below for some of the higlights of the build.
... to Warwick castle when I was 12, it was everything I'd dreamed, as a kid in a castle, you can't imagine anything better, the scope of the place was huge, I was hooked. Returning was worrying, I knew it wouldn't seem as large anymore, I was determined to see the archery show which I never got to see as a kid. Benny comes along with us for our day trip, he's so excited we have to tell him to stop barking or they will find him inside the backpack, we don't want to have to ...
Warwick Castle is one of England's most famous Castles. It is a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror (England's first Monarch) in 1068. The castle has been added onto many times up until the 1700's.
... it. By this stage I was openly sobbing so they had realised something was very wrong. Gwendoline (who was in the front passenger seat) spoke very soothingly to me and between her calm voice, Liane’s added assurances as to empty lanes beside us and the miracle of an extremely well placed petrol station I was able to cross over through the other lanes of fast and furious traffic and pull off the road before the final meltdown….. Then of course I could ...
... off the water.
We disposed of rubbish at top of Hatton, and shared the locks with a Canadian trio on a hire boat from Wooten Wawen. After the first few locks trying to steer in together, we tied the boats together, hoping that would give us one more crew member. However the guy from the hire boat decided to remain on the back, barking orders at the poor girl who was not strong enough to open the paddles properly. He was even steering against Hazel ...