Lansdowne Hotel & Conference Centre
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... will cross again somewhere some time.
In the car down to the start I find myself reflecting on the meaning of this journey of ours and what we have learned. Sometimes there is no particular new information that has been absorbed, but simply a new understanding or outlook has formed. Of course with new insight, I am aware some people who know me may consider I'm being inconsistent in my views or recommendations. In fact, I am reminded of the opportunity I had ...
... to the monsters.
...................rural life was inextricably linked with the habits of these capricious beasts. Occasionally, they were in docile mood, basking languidly on hills and rocks of a summer evening. At other times they caused havoc amongst the populace, mauling and devouring cattle and sheep and terrorising villages. The local dragon, it seems, was an essential feature of life in the old days.
Even when most of them had ...
... David and Steve standing hidden from one another but in our view, hold their dowsing rods, which react to the currents at precisely the same point. We may not have walked across them, but we feel their energy crossing the current in the water we are passing along.
Tying up the boat at its mooring at Somerleyton, our journey ends a short car ride away at Fritton. And so we are left to contemplate our last overnight stop on the Mary Michael Pilgrims Way.
Beccles is so close to the coast that even if we can't see it we can smell the sea. Yes, it's really looking like we will make the end.
We briefly luxuriate in the comfort of our splendid penthouse room. However, with a few days of blogging to catch up on we don't have the luxury of simply idling the day away or even sight seeing.................
No, we spend the day alternating between blogging in the inspirational setting of this terrific ...
... of the pious mediaeval imagination. Nonetheless, or even because of this, her cult was one of the most popular of the middle ages. According to her legend she would protect pregnant women and their infants in childbirth: those invoking her on their death beds would enjoy divine protection: and those who burn lights or dedicated churches to her would receive any useful things for which they prayed. Little wonder that she was so well loved and that she was especially venerated ...