Hundred House Hotel
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... Barlands' shot. I had walked about 25 km and was thirsty and almost out of water and to make things worse I was at the base of the Dowdswell Dam which supplies water for the biggest town around. But no taps. Bad. I passed a fountain in the grounds of some grand manor house but still no tap. Worse. Then I come across this sign! Almost too much. But happy ending I found a cider. Everything looks better through cider eyes (so I put the last photo in for everyone except me!).
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... metal 'staple' looking bits? I'm going soft, these are easy today.
4. What is the pence value of each of these 6 coins? A bonus point will be given if you can give the pence value for the total coins. (Neil and Sarah and UK residents can only have half a bonus point for a correct answer) answers must be from left hand side to right hand side coins.
See you soon, good quizzing.
... seating and obviously both could sit there and watch you play. Even if they didn't watch the entire match (perhaps before you go out to bat) they could could go next door to the tennis Center and have a hit. Sure it's not Wimbledon but it must rank being so close to the SCG. The SCG has a magnificent surface (really) and it is mown and kept in playing condition. I've included a couple of shots of the pavilion.
Now you have something to set your sights on keep ...
... clearly dominated the third day and winning the game with a day to spare. We did some famous cricket player spotting including Moeen Ali, Jack Brooks, who both played for England, Sachithra Senanayake from Sri Lanka and former Australian bowler and now coach of Yorkshire Jason Gillespie.
We all had a very enjoyable day out and the boys are looking forward to an early night after sitting in the sun all day. ...
... there was a bit of flow on the river. Nafford Lock has a zigzag approach coming from up river. If you go straight on you end up on the sluice. If you turn right you go over a weir. You have to go right and then left. The lock landing stage is a strange shape and Dunmow Flitch was already there, so there wasn't much to moor onto. The weir was pulling the back round, so James put on some power to avoid hitting the side. The bow fender connected with the quayside.