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Some savvy readers might have noticed a bit of a lacuna in my last entry.
Where, you might have wondered, are pictures of the torchlight procession? It was, after all, to be the highlight of the festivities --well, second after the shin-kicking competition.
I have to make the painful admission that after being blasted by freezing winds up on Dover's Hill, we split and headed to the pub, hoping to catch the procession from the warmth of the Red Lion snug.
... be held in freezing rain.
Well, none of that came to pass.
As the very hour that I was beavering away at the library computer, Pickfords had lifted their game and were delivering our boxes to a very much-relieved Rick and neighbours.
By the time I got home (in a hail storm), Richard had already unpacked half of them, neatly folded the wrapping paper and the sky was beginning to brighten--as were our spirits.
Off on the train again. This time from Birmingham to Long Buckby (near Daventry, North Hampton). Rob and Gwen fed me up then whisked me off to birthday bash in Leamington Spa. Early birthday for Gwen and late for Ian. Lots of food and fun.
Set off next morning for a great trip to the Cotswolds (burton -on-the-water)via the Rollright Kings Men Stone Circle (Neolithic era). Fish and chips to get enough energy to master the maze - 14 ...
... license so at 3am this morning we shall be waking, bleary eyed and slightly irritated to drive to London to pick this up, then onward to Dover (excited faces, as per picture on blog). Tonight we shall no doubt be having a small tipple and hopefully a bolognese sandwich, followed by an early night. Until tomorrow my friends and ...
A fast train to Rugby starts the next leg of the travels. We were met at Rugby by old friends with whom we are to spend the next few days. They live in a lovely village on the outskirts of Rugby and we soon found our way to the local for lunch, followed by a pleasant afternoon catching up!
The next day we all went off to Coventry to see the sights. First up was a courtyard of alms houses - originally housing for the poor and needy who were given accommodation and ...