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Thanks to the lovely @plaingoldband wending her way through America I was inspired to start this blog. The title is apposite. I love home, I love the sun streaming through the east window in the morning, I love the birds flitting across the window from hedgerow to hedgerow unconcerned by my presence. I love having the radio burbling in the background and being safe, secure and settled. But I have itchy feet. They have had a few random ...
With 19846 km under my belt already, day 21 began with a lazy morning packing and preparing for the journey ahead. I was able to unload 3/4 of a suitcase to go home and a little more to be left with Will, so it was great to have so much space as I now packed into the pack, offloading the broken suitcase to dad in what I deemed a great trade.
Packing pretty much completed, we headed into Cheltenham to watch Sport at Dean Close. I met ...
Wills birthday began without him as he was on duty. Due to this, we all had a much needed sleep in to rejuvenate the body. The weather was looking good so we decided on a walk in a little Cotswold town called Painswick.
We parked at the church car park and made our way to the start of the public footpath. These paths are everywhere and crisscross the country side. We made our way through stiles, along streams and ...
... of the breakfast , we ended up down the road in the shadow of the iron bridge . After eating cereal and being tempted byJames with pork pies . We had a short day in the saddle only 66miles . We stopped at 22 to re fuel and stopped again around 43 mile mark . While we were drinking tea and having some grub the heavens opened . We set out in the rain and in some places had to cross flooded roads. After negotiate some very steep hills we arrived at Ross on Wye . ...
... 163;£, so he's set up a 'pat the kiwi' shop, with his soft toy kiwis from Elisha & Nanny, and also a massage shop. He's got the chair already in the window in the lounge waiting. One coin for a short massage, 2 coins for a longer one. Fair play (as they say here). Julia's set up a movie theatre in their bedroom. An iPad on the top bunk with Cinema 1 written in it, iPad on bottom bunk, which is Cinema 2. Downstairs there's even a poster she's made ...