Holiday Inn Derby - Nottingham M1
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Well - after a rather tedious journey out of Birmingham we finally reached Nottingham to be reunited with my sis and her husband ( Nico and Simon). We last saw them 2 years ago when they visited NZ so it is awesome to be together again. We said quick hellos then headed out for dinner - lots of chatting and catching up. That night, Mum and Dad insisted on sleeping in the lounge to allow us the beds and in the morning it was ...
... is important, as they had a TB outbreak a few years ago.
We then get to go in for breakfast :D
Between milkings we have various jobs such as, drenching, putting up fences, scrapping up the yards, cleaning the cubicles, tagging and injecting calves, fixing cows feet, dehorning calves and other stuff we cant remember. Lunch is at 12.30 so we can get the cows in at 1.30. Did we mention there are no motorbikes here! So we have to walk to their paddock ...
... owners club and had decided that not all of them needed to open every day, after all how much peanut oil could one town sell. So they took it in turns to open so the tourists could always see a windmill spinning and always have the opportunity to buy some delicious peanut oil. We walked towards the windmills, totally ignoring the ones that weren't going and headed straight to one that was. For a mere two euro's, you could go inside and watch all the wheels and ...
... individually, and I am going to include a quote from Jack Guthrie (email and blog supporter and now an idol of mine for completing the SWCP run in 30 days at age 70)
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