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Well I think everyone has finally adjuster to UK time with everyone reporting the best nights sleep of the tour, and now that we are fully adjusted, we are off home.... One last visit however, the Walkers Factory in Leicester, its the biggest chip (or Crisps as they call it over here in the UK, as a Chip here is 'fry'), looks like they will be processing about 365,000 MT of potatoes this season and it runs for 362 days per year. So that's 365,000 MT ...
... Mrs Jamieson in the library there are some Horrible Histories books. The link below is about Knights of the medieval times. Horrible Histories http://horrible-histories.co.uk/invader s Here is a fun song about Knights and Dragons. Knights and Dragons Song - http://youtube/QlzZgQFvJDE I hope you have fun investigating Knights and Castles. We hope you are 'beeing' amazing for your teachers. From Willbee and Miss ...
Car returned, safe and sound phew...... Now for at least five months without driving a car.... Bliss!! will not miss the wonderful UK motorway network.... Am now sitting in the revamped Nottingham railway station, doing Facebook quizzes, with a costa. Now understand why I collected all those points..... Book on lemurs downloading as I ...
... Valley at exactly the same time as Mummy Moll and Sue so took up residence in our lodge with Sangy's scones and a nice cuppa tea. Ahh. Leaving Mummy Moll and Sue to get settled, Beaver and Slug headed into Oakham to meet Alex and Jan for more tea and some cake. It had been at least 10 years since Beaver had seen Alex and nearly 20 years since she had seen Jan, so there was much to catch up on, not least an interrogation of Slug and his intentions. We arranged to ...
... dash across half the country to Rutland and a triangular building which was built to stick it to the Protestants. It was a monument to the Trinity but appeared on official records as a house associated with a rabbit warren. Appears rabbit farming was widely done in Tudor times.
A most interesting place.
With back roads yet to be explored it was off to Kirby Hall, a ...