The Menzies Mickleover Court
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... couple of weeks ago with Claire to get a dress. I met at Claire's house to get ready, then her friends arrived in a taxi to pick us up. The ball was held at Drayton Manor, which is a theme park near Ashby. There was a professional taking photos there which was awesome, as he printed them off instantly for you to take. I just wish I had got more taken! We left the ball just after midnight. It was rather difficult to get up ...
... here years ago. We'd spotted a brown tourist sign for the Black Sheep Brewery, couldn't remember seeing that before, we went to take a look. Amanda wanted go because they had a gift shop that was probably full of cuddly sheep related things, I wanted to go because they had a baaaa. And yes they did call it that. We arrived and went to the baaaa. "A pint of your best ale please barkeeper." I asked. I stared at the perfectly presented pint of beer and thought "This must ...
... bags. It may have only took us five minutes to walk there, but with dual carriageways, one ways and wrong turns, it took us half an hour to drive back. We loaded up and were soon speeding up the M1 towards families and Christmas back home. It felt so good I even found myself starting to hum that God-awful Chris Rea Christmas song. Wednesday Christmas Eve until Sunday January 25th Had a great time over Christmas, New Year and early January ...
99. Wilmot Wander
32 miles 3786 total miles.
4.31 MPH 13.55 minute miles.
Staggered start at 08:08. Nice to be independent and rely on our own route finding. We saw people along the way all day either the faster runners over taking us or us overtaking the walkers. It was mostly a friendly event, just the occasional person too lost ...
... the cookery demonstration - on one level a bit of an infomercial for their cookeware but a good show nevertheless. The shops included a giftshop, kitchen shop, glasswear and garden shop in addition to the obvious Denby pottery and china. It was after 4 before we tore ourselves away. Pip was keen to go to a place called Bluebells - a dairy on a farm, renowned for it's icecream and great cafe. This was the next stop - a bit of a detour but not too far. It was ...