The Earl of Doncaster
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... and played games, then drove to the playground. Alice and Tom were oblivious to the icy wind but eventually we managed to drag them away! It was wonderful to catch up and see them looking so well and happy.
Later in the day we took the girls to see Pat and Ernie (Simon's parents) in Worksop and Alice scored another ice cream when the van just happened to stop outside their house.
Early nights all round - big day tomorrow!!!
Until next time, Kate ...
... seven overs were good but Richie Bresnan (Tim Bresnan's brother) got stuck into me for the last two of my overs. It is going to take a while to adjust to bowling on the softer and slower wickets, it seems that the medium-slow bowlers are the ones who do the damage. I batted at number 5 and made 33, only hitting boundaries and singles because the boundaries are so small! The straight boundaries would ...
... I had a few pints which were only £2 each and Jenna and I got to meet some of the people who will be part of our family for the next 5 months. They were all lovely and made us feel welcome. Nikki dropped us back at Kay's where we hade toast for tea. Due to the houses being small they don't have pantry's like we do at home and the fridge and freezer are practically non-existent. We will have to do some of our own shopping next week so we can find food we can live ...
... more border crossings in the EU the most time-consuming is always returning to Great Britain. We queue and slowly shuffle forward. For the first time I am asked to remove my flip-up helmet completely so my country can decide if I am me. At least this time we are not pulled for a search as we were last year.
Sunday 24 August
And so we are home again after 60 days on the road. The only concrete evidence the new stickers ...
... luck at the gee-gees tomorrow.
Speed and such
75 miles today and highest average speed of 13.3 mph and second highest downhill speed of 35 mph, not quite topping my 36.6 mph yesterday when I was coming down from Tan Hill. Going through my mind when I hit these sort of speeds are the accidents which occurred when attempts were being made to break the sound barrier. I can't remember all the details but normal wing formations couldn't cope ...