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... catch up with him and Avril over team and cakes in the garden (a 20 degree evening in April - a real treat) and to hear what they have been up to.
Friday was a bit frustrating as we had hoped to get some shopping done for the girls but our efforts went unrewarded. We also spent a few hours in IKEA looking for stuff for the new house and came away with ideas and questions but no actual purchases. We had a very slow journey back to Blyth due to traffic ...
... Sheffield for lunch at the Meadowleigh Centre. After a leisurely lunch wandered around Sheffield checking out the local shops and historical buildings. Then back to Tankersley Manor where we were joined for a few drinks by Vikki Van Beck and spent the afternoon catching up on the Boxer scene in UK. Time then to go clean up for ...
... myself of the madness of my decision!) I have OCD about personal hygiene, live alone and enjoy my own company! Not sure Trek America was my wisest decision - but we shall see. Let the adventure begin! Well the preparation at least!! I am starting in LA on September 14th travelling to New York till 8th October. I've added the map so you can see the route I will be taking. Will update soon Natalie ...
... we know today as Robin Hood. His name has come to us through Old English as Robert Hode, Robert Hod, Robyn Hod and various others. What we have going on here is the concept of oral tradition: would-be history coming down through the generations through family members telling and retelling a story as well as traveling minstrels going from place to place making a living telling true or not-so-true tales to ...
... you're on vacation and this is what people on vacation do.
It can be a very wonderful experience. But perhaps not when you have to drive on the M1. Guided by a deranged GPS navigator (who tells you to "turn left" 50 yards after the turn, and whose idea of a "shortcut" actually takes you a full half hour longer than it would have had you stayed on the road, where congestion was estimated to take 10 minutes!) While you, the passenger, are sick as a dog ...