Daventry Court Hotel
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
pifactory3142 at gmail.com
Weather: Cool-mild, sunny morning
6.00am rise to get ready to go to London, this time by coach with Sue and ladies of a local Women's Institute. We got on the coach at the neighbouring village Upper Boddington and departed 7.30am. Oh, oh, two accidents on the Motorway, resulting in a large bank up of traffic! We were to be at Buckingham Palace at 11.00am! At one stage we got off the motor way and on a minor road, also a route which lots of other traffic ...
Weather: Cool, mostly cloudy
My last sleep in in England, getting up aboit 8.00am. The next two mornings will be much earlier. Sue kindly put my washing in the machine then hung it out (good to have a maid!!), then before we went out for lunch most of it was quite dry, so I put it in the conservatory which would finish it off nicely. A village friend of Sue's, ...
... and had heat going in to dry it, and this is a regular occurrence.
Sue and I went to Daventry for her to do a weekly run of picking up cakes to deliver to the volunteer workers at the National Trust home, Canons Ashby, where Sue is a volunteer gardener, working Fridays when she is available. We checked out 3 Charity Shops looking for something which I might wear at the Greek evening on the cruise ship. We both ...
... guests enjoyed the entire event, food, meeting people etc.
Last guests left about 6pm and, thanks to Sue's boys and their girls who had practically washed up everything before they left, it didn't take long to finish off and put furniture back to normal.
A great day followed by weariness, no surprises there ...