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... first time we have met Piran. He has just turned 1 and was born very prematurely last year at just under 25 weeks. He is very cute, curious, active and almost walking. Saw some picturesque buildings in the village and a church that has escaped from Midsomer Murders! We turned around at Cropredy and are now headed back to Thrupp to catch the train to London early on Thursday morning. The Battle of Cropredy was fought on June 29 1644 ...
... of it then not when we got all the way there which was a good thing, the bad thing though was they’d already had to move our car and the guy who had done it had then gone off site to do something else…… yes with our keys! After another wait (I’m not that good at waiting in my “real” life but I seem to be getting some serious practice in on this trip already!) and with our keys in hand and paperwork picked up we ...
... an assembly line going - the cabbie unloaded the books from the trunk, handed them to me, who carried them to Kate, who handed them up to the window, where Tom took them and handed them to Kelly, who stacked them under our tables. It didn't take long, but I admit I did need a shower after we were done.
After that I got a call from the copy man that our copies were ready, so Kelly and I headed back out to the copy shop. On the way ...
... into the drawing room and had wine with Poppy and her husband Graham, before heading into the dinig room for a four course meal, featuring the beef Wellington John was hoping for, and veg and rhubarb crumble from the garden. It was basically the exact scenario we hoped for, a beautiful house and a lovely dinner and conversation with the owners, who, among other things, are both Olympic champion fencers. Off to bed for an early start in the ...
... inside of one of these super old house fronts looked like. It was
absolutely beautiful, and really neat to see all the different stages
the house had gone through over the years. The three of us walked
back to our tents shaking our heads and wondering how such a surreal
experience could have just taken place.
The hike the next day was equally as
fun and beautiful and even though we got lost we made great time and
got to have ...