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... enormous amount of ciders dreamt up by both sane and crazy farmers and brewers. We decided we just had to go there, and so after a delicious lunch of bloody Mary's and halloumi burgers across the road at Bill's diner, we made haste to said farmhouse.
Inside we found row after row of cider barrels, each with bizzare names like the 'Wobbly Monk', 'Tipsy Toddler', and the 'Knee Bender'. There were sweet ciders, medium ciders, dry ciders, perry ciders, ...
... out with the first gust of wind. Apart from that the day was pretty still but still rather cold. According to my weather app it was 9 degrees but felt like 6. The outside of the British museum is very grand. The fence is high black Pickett fence with gold tips. The museum itself is consists of large strong looking columns. We joined a short queue to enter and when we got in it was so big and spacious inside. There was lots and lots of people around as we entered ...
... that the pre-booked seats were not guaranteed and that if we got to Melbourne airport early, we could all get seats together, no problem. Claire's travel agent told her that the seats were firm bookings so we were a littleconfused to say the least!
When we got to the check-in, we found out that we were only able to get seats together if the plane wasn't full; of course our flight was chockers so we were 4 rows in front of Claire and the guys on ...
... Yes, for a fee they would do it but it wouldn't be cheap. So having run out of bright (and mostly not-so-bright) ideas, the fridge sat, gathering dust, under the kitchen counter for three years while our new one hummed merrily away in the hall closet. My dream had been to somehow chuck the fridge and put a few shelves in the space.
Well yesterday our good friend, Daniel, came over for dinner. He lives just up the road, in ...
... were terrific, or Pastor Spurgeon had an incredibly loud voice!
The newly relocated Crystal Palace was the site of additional amazing events: In 1871 the World’s First (NB world’s superlative) cat show was held there. Some time thereafter, Robert Baden-Powel, founder of the Boy Scouts, while attending a Boy Scout meeting at the Palace first noticed that girls too were interested in Scouting (I wonder if perhaps they were ...
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