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... t written articles for publication before so that is certainly something that will be new yet good to experience. He also mentioned that I could contribute further by developing resources and leaflets for the charity- but that would all need to be considered once I am back from the US! Note to self: do not put too much on your plate. Park things, for your own sanity!
Itinerary draft 1 has been produced. It looks like I have a lot set in the diary and I do sway ...
... through some Archeological rediscovery. Beautiful weather here sunny and 21c. Had dinner in a pub downtown and walked back to our hotel. 14km walked today. Interesting to see a larger number of Africans here this time. Beautiful terrace houses lining the streets built in the 1930s. Lots of medieval places dating back to the 1400s. The orange stone buildings are very badly ...
... a bend of the River Avon. The original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone in the 12th century.
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They spent the night GLAMPING! Hannah told Elaine, "This isn't CAMPING!"
Well, we enjoyed our short stay in Fleckney and the service in the local church was interesting. Really enjoyed the walk across the cows field to get to the shops and the church. Now, six days and only 9 miles (and 20 double locks) later we are moored just on the outskirts of Leicester near a little village called Aylestone.
We have really enjoyed meandering along this canal so far, ...
My cousin Paul and his wife Judy,live not far from Leicester in the village of Stoke Golding. We had arranged to go over for dinner that night and John and Shelagh are driving down from Newcastle to stay with them. We spent the morning with Mildred and fed her at lunchtime. She has difficulty swallowing and all liquids have to be thickened and solids mashed up. A cup of tea becomes like thick soup. Feeding her is like feeding a baby bird but she ...