Cranfield Management Development Centre
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... American South in the early 19 hundreds. It was excellent, and tragically, it closely followed a true story.
Thanks to Lynn and Phil, the Littl'uns have been thoroughly welcomed into their English home with footballs and remote control helicopters.
While Lynn and Phil had their employment to attend to, we enjoyed our walk along the Grand union canal to the original Kings Langley.
... relative calm (apart from shrieking kids on Easter holidays) of the Pointer's snug and the Pheasant's fireplace. And yes, of course, great roast beef with Yorkshire pudding, apple and ginger steamed pudding with custard, and Brie ploughman's with beetroot relish. English cooking has come a long way.
That's the AWAY bit. The UP bit involved our 'new' car. Returning home one dark and stormy night, after a very tasty curry at the Thame Tandoori - NOT ...
... Our first stop was the greenhouse where they graft tomato varieties together to produce a strain with the best of all qualities. Their latest creation is worth 12 times its weight in gold. Next we visited the algae biofuel lab, where scientists are working out how to cost effectively mass produce algae biofuel for aviation fuel in partnership with Airbus. They're also investigating solar energy for ...
... an all nighter due to babysitting tonight)
Bags are packed, except for David who has been running round like a headless chicken, organising passports, boarding passes and insect repellent!
Our first flight (a connecting flight to Madrid) is at 6:30 am - see you in Rio De Janeiro!
... accomplanied by a keepsake program. A welcome was offered by Bricket Wood pastor Gerhard Marx. Then everyone was invited to join in singing two hymns, favorites of the Schroeder's: Immortal, Invisible and Thine Be the Glory. This was followed by a eulogy delivered by Francis Bergin, a friend of many of us and a close compatriot of JRS. Then there was more congregational singing. Daughter Stephanie did reading from Psalm 37 and Revelation 21. A Mark Graham hymn next ...