Holiday Inn Coventry South
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... in a pub! We met up with Isy and Ryan's friends and sampled some beer. I had sampled some cider instead of beer! Was a nice afternoon. Today we took Ava to the snowdome! Which I now see is how the British do winter sports! The lack of snow in this country makes winter activities hard! So they have indoor skiing/snow boarding, tubing/ sledding and a section to ...
... for a living! We had dinner on the way home and the Bulls Head pub. On my actual birthday, I spent it with Kate, helping her out with her chores. We clipped Daisy and then we went to the Polesworth Chippie for a hot lunch which she shouted. She always talked about the Chinese curry sauce, and I finally had some. It was amazing with the salt and vinegar chips! On Thursday my young farmers friends organised a leaving ...
... collective consciousness flowing in a really positive way. In Normans lecture yesterday he talked about the idea of memory/perception & how those 2 things shape our individual consciousness. Memory affects perception, perception affects memory & individual consciousness is caught. We don't see what is not part of our memory/perception trap. ...
... Andrews and thus the Scottish flag. And thence to the nearby little Museum / Gallery precinct, which was lovely: several smallish spaces for specific exhibitions as well as the larger Art Gallery (with rather grotty stuff, I have to say) and… to my amazement, a Jacquard Loom. This is one of those iconic things which I was very excited to see: they were Industrial Revolution machines designed to weave patterns into ribbons, and the patterns were programmable ...
... at about 08:00 and was stifling when I got to it so I turned the aircon on for about the 3rd time this year.
I dropped it off at Julie’s house and walked to Wolverhampton railway station, 'phoning Tony on the way. He told me that he was sitting in the canteen watching the tennis which seemed unlikely but perhaps his military habits and jargon are hard to shake. I found him in the station café as expected.
Julie wasn’t quite able ...