Holiday Inn Gloucester - Cheltenham
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... as we will be camping in between hotel stays. The plan is to upgrade and renew a few of the things that wear out over time so we end up with something über reliable. For those who know a thing or two about 4x4 cars, this has full time 4 wheel drive, electronic diff locks leather seats and will seat 8 comfortably, though in our case it will be two plus a boot full of things you need when doing a trip like this. More details ...
The rest of the day in the tent was given over to Urban music. Neither Julie nor I have any interest in the genre so we finally had an excuse to stagger, blinking, out into the sunlight. And it really was still sunny.
Funeral for a Friend were performing on the main stage. I’d been vaguely interested in seeing them but we had been dancing for the best part of 5 hours with only cider for fuel so we opted for a look at the food stalls and both ended ...
... and cathedrals;communed with nature from the Cotswolds, the Welsh Marches, the moors and dales of Yorkshire, the Lakes District and into the borderlands of Scotland; visited the haunts of famous poets and authors; and generally appreciated the culinary efforts of a range of chefs in some ...
... eventually get a taxi and meet me there.
As I left the pub an annoying drizzle started. The further I got from shelter, the heavier the rain got until eventually I relented and stopped under a tree to put a waterproof on, realising when I did that I also had Julie’s waterproof with me. Seemed like a good idea when we packed for the weekend. By the time I got to the park entrance it was raining hard and people without kagoules or umbrellas ...
... well presented.
We also visited the Mariners Church.
The wind seemed to increase in the afternoon, and James adjusted the ropes.
We watched a DVD – the Blue Planet, but the music sent us to sleep.
Eric and Sue returned from their railway outing, and came on board for tea.
No boating today. A second night with creaking ropes.
Nest week: Severn Bore, Frampton Folk Club on Tuesday, perhaps Slimbridge Wetland ...
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