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... because it was 3 minutes from the hotel, so why not?
We took some father-daughter photos there just because and carried on-
To Tinkinswood Burial Chamber a pretty recent excavation of a dolmen. They found it in 1914 and it's even older than Stonehenge. The burial chamber in which they found over 920 human bones of both sexes is all that remains of the original village.
It's free to visit, if you don't mind ...
... second one car pass. needless to say I have now turned into my mum and have my own imaginary brake on the passengers side of the car.
the afternoon improved for poor Aaron. We played a game of squash. (now I can't play squash, which my dad will confirm). but Aaron is giving me private lessons and I am proud to say I lost 7-11 to Aaron. My record before that was 4-11. After that we came back to watch ...
... So I'm trying to draw on the positives of Aaron coming home. Aaron can meet up with his family (the longest he has spent away is a month), pick up the winter clothes, pick up his new glasses, have check up with dentist and opticians. It will also give me time to look for a job.
I'm looking forward now to celebrating Aarons birthday tomorrow and getting to the airport and finally get the excited butterflies.
... the road.
We enter Shropshire and back in England.If you are planning a visit over here, put North-west and West Wales high up on your list of places to visit.Just passed a guesthouse called "Foggy Bottom". And we've gone back into Wales; I dunno what going on. Back in Shropshire again, and the village names are distinctly English, such as Snead, Hurdley, Craven Arms, Lydham.
... The hotel is on the boardwalk and we've seen more people this afternoon than anytime in the last few days. Christine took a nap and I had a beer overlooking the street and read the paper and people watched. Very nice.
We googled places to eat and walked around the downtown to the restaurant. Unfortunately, no reservation, no joy. We bought a bottle of red wine and picked up a pizza and returned to our room that overlooks the Irish Sea and watched the sun ...