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So, here we go again! Things are never simple - today was the grand opening of the Dawlish part of the railway line, which has been closed since February! It wasn't until yesterday that our train times were confirmed - even though it had been all over the news that the line was opening, the man at Par Station still wasn't sure!! But, as it is, we have now just 'driven' over that part of the line, so I can confirm it is open!!! We left Par at 11.50 - as ...
Not much to write today. We came up from Cornwall using the M5 to save time, as it is quite a long way. Beautiful countryside, green fields, white sheep, black and white cows until Birmingham where it started raining and was very dreary.
Chester was founded as a Roman Fort in the year 79, so I am looking forward to exploring. It is very close to the Welsh ...
... He'll talk to anyone.
It was bracing and exhilarating with the wind blowing straight off the Atlantic. The swinging pub sign was creaking eerily and it was very very nice to get back to our warm little house for coffee and scones.
It was exciting having lunch in the conservatory with the rain lashing the glass roof. The strong wind brought the temperature down to minus 5, so we stayed in all afternoon and I had a lovely sleep.
... here too, waiting for thirty years to be taken apart. It takes that long for the nuclear drive to cool enough. Our captain was very informative and pleasant. It was quite cold today on the water. Dave stayed on board the bus; he didn't want to come on the boat trip. Stopped at the Devon Guild Crafts Centre in Bovey Tracey and enjoyed. Cream Team ( Devonshire Tea with Clotted Cream) - very nice ! A homemade ...
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