Headcorn Lodge at The Weald of Kent
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... with us staying the spare bedroom of our host. We quickly left our bags and commenced on a walk, which conveniently passed directly by our accommodation. We followed the Cotswold Way along the oath, crossing a wooden bridge and passing through many gates as well as past stables and horses grazing in a paddock. It was so like Robin Hood that I could imagine any of the TV characters jumping out to hold us up. Anne decided to try our luck of the path and, passing through bog ...
... waving hands and smiles accepted the salute.
There remains something magical about Tall Ships with billowing sails in the bright September sunshine. We were fortunate to be on board the "Loth Lorien" a three masted Dutch Barquentine taking part in the Parade of Sail which concluded the Tall Ship Festival in Royal Greenwich. Over the previous week a fleet of over 40 ships sailed from ...
... design. Lynne's sister is one of the bridesmaids and her son steals the show by climbing the pulpit behind behind his Mum. Lynne is wearing an exquisite Jenny Packard dress with stunning beading all over but particularly over the sleeve and back. She has lost weight since last year, Sam later tells me - no desserts or sweets for 18 months! Lynne's Dad smiles all day, he is clearly very proud of Lynne and ...
... to be a mobile cart selling hot chocolates. It had marshmallows, cream and a flake, so we both had one, but it might be awhile till we front up for another one.
We got home a lot easier than our trip there, but best of all we got home to a nice warm Winston and a nice warm shower and a lovely dinner all cooked. Who are lucky girls
Love from Sue, Russ and ...
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I arrived at Heathrow at 7.00am after a flight with no sleep. Just couldn't get comfy enough.
Watched Osage County and Nebraska, both very goo and very different. Nebraska is definitely worth a watch.
At Washington, I was quite taken aback when they asked 'upper class' passengers to board first. I was wondering if I wasn't in this then was I middle or low class!!!!