Cockliffe Country House Hotel
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... as soon as I decide to do something then have to bring together the things I need as I go along instead of getting them ready beforehand. So you can guess my feelings of oncoming doom, knowing I had to ask Hazel to go inside the boat while she was in the lock to get me the key. In my mind I was going through the scenarios "Why don't you get things ready before you start out?", or even worse, the silence of the slightly raised eyebrow and look ...
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
... an old steam train railway. Well we never saw or heard anything about that but what we did see, or rather experience, was this wonderful Country Park. Bryan and I took it in turns to go off and explore as I had things I wanted to do and later, when Bryan was preparing dinner, I did my exploring.
Sometimes, you just have to stop. Travelling in a narrowboat is a great way to see things from a different, ...
... warmer and more hospitable by Amy and Claire meeting us enthusiastically at the airport. It was so lovely to see them, both looking well and happy.
On the way home to the Champagne Palace in Stapleford, we stopped at Tesco and indulged our long held food fantasies at the cheese, small goods, tinned food and alcohol sections. Armed with pork pies, Wensleydale and Cropwell Bishop Stilton cheeses, baked beans (a ...
... give the girls the same advice.
PM: We drove to Nottingham. It's the second day of driving on the "other" side of the road and it’s getting a little easier and little less nerve racking. Once in town, we met a Robin Hood impersonator/local oral historian for a city tour. As has been the case in England so far, rain, wind, and cold joined us as well but we braved the weather. Trinity, Keegan, ...