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... them a ring and they had lots of vacant places. So that's where we have set up home, a nice place, lovely and clean and very green.
On the way here we passed red poppies growing wild in the fields, very pretty, just like France.
12th June - Thursday
After a lot of talking, thinking and a few restless sleeps, we have decide that we enjoy what we are doing and would like to ...
MRS SHORTEN IS SENDING OFF THE T-SHIRT ORDER THIS W/END.
IF YOU WANT A T-SHIRT THEN THE MONEY HAS TO COME TO ME, MS ROFFEY (IN T8) OR
MRS SHORTEN BEFORE THE END OF SCHOOL ON FRIDAY.
THANKS MR I (10.vi.14)
... we are now getting more used to the layouts and how they work. We have found these service centres which are situated all over the place outside town and city centres. They usually consist of a gas station food outlets and a hotel and are always really busy. We now realise that this is where people can park, leave their cars and take the bus into town, which we are going to do tomorrow. Also not too far from some Cotswold villages so will see how we ...
... better to write about than a three month trip to seven* different countries?
I'll outline my plans in a later post very shortly. I'd be very happy to hear from any fellow travellers; either those who are planning a trip of their own, and those who have been to (or even live in) either North, Central or South America. Any advice or comments would be great, and I'm also looking for similar blogs to follow myself.
*Subject to lots of ...
... was brilliantly clear and we fed the fish.
Tue 12th July
Unusually we had a cooked breakfast this morning. We shared Lilford Lock with a cruiser, and used the water tap at Upper Barnwell Lock. We found the elsan point at Oundle Marina. We didn’t stop for lunch – too full from breakfast! We saw red kites, buzzards and kestrels. We moored at Fotheringhay Castle, where Richard III was born, and where Mary Queen of Scots was executed. ...