Marsh Farm Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... mould that is now developing underfoot as autumn unfurls its personality of fertility? After all, leaf mould is often referred to as leaf litter. It is the 'rubbish' that the trees and shrubs throw down. Yet for me, it is one of the healthiest and appealing elements of country walking. I guess that means I love rubbish, or at least this rubbish. Of course it shows us up as humans just the contrast with the horrible detritus that we humans produce. We produce ...
... not just singing. I'm really excited for everyone to hear it on Saturday. If the kids can sing it the way they did in practice tonight, they will blow everyone away.
A Cappella ended too late for me to make it to the admin dinner with the Pembroke crew, but Tom and Pete were setting up for the talent show auditions in the Pichette auditorium so I offered to help them out for a bit. I was on a post-rehearsal high so I wasn't ready to go to bed, and I ...
... Cue waterworks. And then I hugged Polly, and Ruth, and Tom W., and Kate, and Emma, and Tom E., and Nancy, and Dan, and Adam, and then hugged everyone again, because everytime I made up my mind to leave I would make eye contact with one of them and think about how they've been such great friends this summer and all the fun we've had working and playing together and how I won't see them for perhaps a year and I'd start crying again, and then one of them would give me a ...
Well after 24 hours of transit, and several codeine enriched painkillers, we have arrived in th UK!
Currently on a bus to Swindon where my cousin Nicky and her husband Simon will pick us up and take us to their place at Wootton Bassett where we'll stay for a few nights. Have never met before so I'm really excited! She has 5 cats, I'm in heaven!
EverythIng here is very "British" you know what I mean, Cobber?
Stu (and ...
... of my kids interest in anything Harry Potter! We were hoping to see another college or two as well this morning, but the weather was dreadful with strong winds and rain, and we were virtually trapped inside Christchurch until it improved. By then it was time for lunch. I had organised a lunch with my aunt and cousin who I hadn’t seen for forty years. We met them at the Turf ...