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... appetites further and we are already thinking about our next adventure to Scotland. Edinburgh and the North of England have been very interesting and provided the cultural and historical elements to our trip. All that remains now is to thank you all for reading and commenting on our blogs and to Len for providing the taxi service between Taunton and Bristol and of course a very large pile of washing! Until the next adventure... ...
... hours. Or, 2) We'd be fine. At this point I would like all parents, grandparents, and any other interested family members to look away (that's right Barney, I mean you, too!) - we actually ended up driving across through the sea as the tide was rising, the salty water splashing everywhere. We were the last to make the crossing. With that drama firmly behind us, we made our way to Bamburgh Castle. A castle owned and run by English Heritage. As National Trust members Jo and I felt ...
Today was all about Sunderland and my cousins there. For those that don't know, my mum was from Sunderland. She had a brother and two elder sisters. This meant quite a few cousins. We normally went down to Sunderland every year, and some of them would come up to stay with us too. It has been many many (too many) years since I have seen them, my fault for which I am sorry. I got in touch with my cousin Dorothy via FB and asked if she would ...
Today it was fair well to Edinburgh and indeed Scotland, but not before another fabulous breakfast in our lovely guesthouse. It was then off through the centre of Edinburgh, at rush hour no less, which made it perhaps a slightly slower journey but as it's such a beautiful city it was worth it. We headed along the coastal road and down to Berwick-Upon-Tweed and Dunbar, for quick photo stops of various harbours and stunning landscapes as we made our way south ...
... first ball with an awesome 4. Unfortunately 2nd ball he again went the slog and got bowled!
He then kept for the first half and did well, we eventually got them all out, and a few extras (I think we let them bat 12 or 13) for 118. Westy was a stand out, his 100 no, bowled 3 and took a great catch. Whilst it ended up being an easy game the boys still got a lot out of it as they settle into playing ...
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