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... England. We also went to one of Anne of Cleves' houses, who was one of Henry the VIII's wives.
Wednesday: We went for two walks on the South Downs.
Thursday: We went to Butser Ancient Farm, a farm where they do everything like Stone/Iron/Roman age people would. The we went to an outside house museum, where they were showcasing houses from the 15-1800s.
... July 2015.
Many thanks for all the words of support and encouragement we have received in the interim. We also had the opportunity of statically displaying the EZ at the Wings & Wheels show held at Dunsfold at the weekend - thanks also to everyone who stopped by to chat. It was wonderful to see the two flying Lancasters together - we had encountered them separately on our previous trip back in 2011.
... its field that it was never in a battle. As usual we spent about twice as long as the "standard" time suggested on the map of the museum.
We then went to two of the three buildings for the Museum of the Royal Navy; The Sailing & Nelson Gallery and the new “Hear my story Gallery & Racing to War Exhibition”. We enjoyed the first but the new exhibition seems to have caught the “Bletchley Park” disease so we were underwhelmed by it.
... out of adjectives. Lovely.....
Coffee with Aunty Sal on Thursday in Peterfield, a long coffee sat in the square, lots to catch up on, followed by lunch at Mezzo, very nice indeed – I loved my days, coffee here, lunch there…… felt like a right lady that lunches!
For the first time, I had an evening in at Mum & Dad’s! A country walk before dinner, and a chilled out evening. I’d been flat out since arriving, and realised that time ...
... and almost no signs. There was much swearing coming from the front seats, if I had hair it would surely be curly by now.
It had been decided that we would pass fairly quickly through Western Europe so as to get as much benefit as we could from the expensive visas that had been obtained. On this dull Sunday it seemed that the autobahns and traffic conspired to slow our progress. I had been sitting in my favourite possy with a view out the windscreen ...