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Well, the final leg of our holiday, the drive back home. We left Kirstens about 1120am and took a different route via Cambridge, because there was a flying display on at Duxford. Likely to be big queues. A bit slow around Cambridge but were soon moving well again on the A14. We hit the traffic jam at Swaffam, about 2 miles long. There was a market in the town but it was not holding ...
... and the clouds were filling the valley below us with the mountains behind. It was incredible and we took some photos and drove about 100m down the road and stopped for more. Ron was like running around trying to get the best photo and we had to make him sit down and stop running away :P Like a little kid. The clouds kept moving so there were so many pictures to take. I've added the photos from my camera and the rest are on Jono's camera so I will upload ...
And so we're home and left with memories of a wonderful visit, thoughts about what we have done and plans for the future.
With your donations we bought for the Home of Joy:
2 buggies to be used mostly with the disabled children
2 ridealong toys
* tins of baby milk
* tins of milk with cereal
* containers of ...
... than just the above. That wasn't a fully comprehensive list. :-) Bobby and Lisa - i will ensure I check what I'm brushing my teeth with (no BB cream!) And yes Lisa, you will be my one phone call when i get put in prison for taking my "soap and Glory" products in my luggage. Lawson may see me on "banged up abroad" after all! I will be blogging and adding photos starting Tuesday ...
... house to house where he would dance in exchange for gifts of money, food or beer. The festival was of a stature that farmers would often reserve their best straw for the making of the bear.
The custom died out early in the 20th century, c.1909 (probably because the local police regarded it as begging), but it was resurrected by the Whittlesea Society in 1980.
The festival has now expanded to cover the whole weekend when the ...