The Elephant at Pangbourne
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... that Roman galleys sailed on. It goes on to nearby St. Albans which had been a chief Roman city two thousand years ago. I find all this fascinating.
After checking in and resting about an hour we headed out to the UCG church office in Chalfont St. Giles about 35 minutes away. It is in a building called "Peterson House."
We saw the various rooms, offices for John Ross Schroeder and David Fenney, Then the store room and others ...
... with the fam accompanied by Rekorderlig and cheese and crackers, we're pretty bloody classy!!
For anyone wanting to hear about my drunken escapades, my hostel experiences, my mishaps (no dog bites I hope) and my general stupid behaviour, I'll update you all from Oz :) :) :)
Ps. I'M SO EXCITED
... together again on Sunday week in Williamstown. It's a funny old world, isn't it?
Heather, I am looking forward to a good catch up at lunch on Thursday and remember to bring some photos of that lovely new grand-daughter of yours... she is a little doll!
Cheryl, don't work too hard next week and we will catch up on Saturday if you are free - coffee at BBs or wherever suits.
Shirley and Jen, how about dinner ...
... and friends as possible, trying to make sure that time spent was high quality time if short on quantity.
Auntie Tania was run ragged in games of Chase, Steve resorted to a variety of illegal tactics as he sought to prevent numerous David Beckham juniors making him look an idiot (a pretty slow one at that), Tania did a Race for Life charity event and Steve got on a trampoline for the first time in 27 ...
... to the pub, where some other Women v Cancer participants, identified by their pink charity t-shirts had also seemed to have the right idea. The pink t-shirts acted as a magnet for the other members of the group and soon we had multiplied and were taking over a rather small table.
It has been great to finally meet the other ladies taking part. It seems we are all anxious about the same things (the ...