Travelodge Milton Keynes Shenley Church End
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Did some driving around today. Got some things for the old place and emptied the car. Them it was time to hit COSTCO. Dinner tonight will be Ribs, corn on the cob and wedges. YUM YUM. There goes the diet. After dinner we played a game of trivia on music, Tom won the first on and Alana and I won the last 2. Someone was not ...
... the time we have with David and Barbara Fenney, faithful servants of the Church. They live about 3 and a half drive by car north of here near Manchester, but come down to the Church office often. David is chairman of the trustees of the Church and Barbara is treasurer.
A lot of our discussion is about the future of the church and continuing the local publication which is the supplement mailed with the Good News. It is ...
... Matthew and I aren't skilled and we zig-zagged back and forth.
After punting for a bit more than an hour we walked about town and stopped for some pizza. Matthew had a Marrakeck pizza - Spiced minced lamb, slow roasted red peppers, red onions, mozzarella, tzatziki and fresh mint and I had a Melbourne pizza - Chunks of brie, roasted butternut squash and red ...
... the guy. I love it when I find one that knows what he is doing because it makes it so much easier to lose yourself in the moment and in the dance.
Earlier in the night we had a few drinks at a famous pub Amy Whinehouse used to go to. The bar was big and dark and it played a mix of old and contemporary music. There was room to stand and there were also big wooden tables with benches. We sat at one of the tables and had to crawl under to get to the ...
... or more character positions were known. In another case in the western desert, the British deliberately left a German position completely alone and unmolested so that they could report “zero six hundred hours nothing to report”.
Things didn’t stop with three rotor Enigmas. The Kreigsmarine (wondering why so many U Boats were attacked when surfaced) adopted a four rotor one and the High Command had a 12 rotor one. But thanks ...