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... always someone trying to get you to sign their new petition. We made our way back to the TV lounge room at our new hostel in the city center and enjoyed our ciders as I introduced her to the movie, “Hook.” She must have had a deprived childhood if she had never seen it. She says, "That, or I’m just a grandpa."
After making pasta for dinner and sharing quite a few laughs we hung out in the social room for a while checking out bus times, ...
... by 11.. so I knew I could get some short shut eye. We actually left on time and then caught the train to head to Clitheroe. Figuring out the trains was a whole new world. But we made it to our destination. So we have that going for us. Which is nice (miss you Nick) We got off the train in Clitheroe and headed down the streets I'm finally familiar with. Picked up the keys to my Grandpas vacant home and went inside. As ...
... at home with anyone else in the room. This time it was my niece and her boyfriend and his son. The only downside for them was to suffer through a long tutorial on bike racing tactics, ethics and history according to the Gavin brothers. The main event of the day was the ride up to Holme Moss that evening. He will stay there overnight to organize the bike storage at party ...
... the Palladian Bridge.) Dan and I were intrigued by the Grotto, with some sculptures and water emptying from a spring into the lake. I really liked the little Gothic Cottage, where the owner's wife went daily to write in her journal...having a secluded place like that with an amazing view probably would have inspired anyone. We had some good ice cream (lemon meringue for me...English cows do produce tasty ice cream) after our warm walk, then ...
... publicists would rattle around any place with a creaking stairwell and faulty electrics for half an hour and come out screeching for the sake of Live TV.
But back in Burnley the witches just keep on popping up. Plastered all over the local Herald, whizzing above For Sale signage and even on the buses. By that I don't mean sitting at the back cackling away and munching chips but featured on the sides of the "Witches Way" double deckers. ...
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