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Had a delightful day! Started off this morning with a really weird breakfast that the hotel offered, there was a bit of a delay as the dude that owns this place/dumb slept in and the poor girl that was suppose to get breakfast was pounding and screaming at the front door, we let her in.... Anyways the breakfast was quite a selection....sausage, back bacon, beans?, tomato?, mushrooms?, egg, deep fried bread, (Audrey, Roy said you used to ...
The day started a bit early in Cardiff , but despite the chill, the sky
was bright and clear. As we left Cardiff the mist and fog descended and
hung around most of the day not lifting until we approached
Chester.First stop Tincturn Abbey( will check the spelling ) , another
ruined abbey in the Wye valley, but very beautiful with the backdrop of
forest and low mist.We then followed the road up the ...
Today we travelled from London to Blackpool. Started out on a super duper fast train, the sucker made me dizzy, it went so fast! I guess the train was going slow today, cause we missed our connection at Preston, but the greatest thing about these trains is there is always another on the way. Blackpool is crazy beautiful! ...
... but Josh Brookes still leads with 3 rounds to go.
We returned to our hotel satisfied with our day at the races. As we had to return to Ipswich to collect our bike from the Triumph Dealer, Chris decided to drop his bike back to the depot at Felixstowe as well. We would now spend the next 10 days travelling together in the car until Chris departs for Canada on the 19th September. We have no set plans but will continue to explore spots in the UK that interest us.
Every five years or so a group of us, who have known each other since early childhood, get together for a weekend of birthday celebrations and reminiscences. This gathering was very special, not just because we have all reached our 50th birthdays this year, but also because we spent the weekend in the village where we all grew up and where several of our ...