The Marquis of Lorne Inn
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... very pleased to see Barney. "Come here, dog." Barney and Mr Fisher played together for a few minutes, whilst poor Miss Washington was left holding the bicycle and a very empty blackberry pot. Barney and Mr Fisher then kept out of the way whilst Miss Washington gathered blackberries. Both of them knew that it was best not to interrupt a busy woman. Eventually, the three of them walked home with the bike and an overflowing blackberry pot. Barney ...
... back to London as school starts on Tuesday
it appears that we have selected a bank holiday weekend to travel to Chester. We'll see what tomorrow brings
tried to wear shorts again but it is still quite cool and long trousers and vest are still required along with the obligatory brolly. Apparently that it no different to Adelaide at present. I wonder now why I left my auto watering system on?
... It was built in 1601 by a Mr Phelps who was the chief prosecutor in the Guy Fawkes trial.
We had a great lunch in The King's Arms Inn before the visit which allowed us to walk off the lunch in the house and gardens. I loved the garden with its wonderful borders of plants etc
Before "supper" (which included a piece of Bakewell Tart....) we were ...
Trusted the folk calendar but it was wrong, so a wasted trip (via a Tally Ho in the Ropemakers) to Eype and the New Inn.
So headed to Chickerell...oh my god how awful. Still Al got to sing.
Then trundled to Tom Browns to see Sedwell....a v busy and raucous ...
... straight in and order the traditional Sunday carvery lunch (Keith beef, Debby pork) to go with a pint of bitter and a G&T. The food was really good, especially the roast potatoes with six other fresh, well cooked vegetables to accompany it. Why is it that this pub can serve up such an array of fresh vegetables when most limit themselves to simply potatoes and frozen peas. We count ourselves fortunate that we arrived here today.