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Travel Blogs from Sturminster Newton
... the cheap barbeque we bought in Romania (Tescos) last year, with a few modifications - alright holes drilled in strategic places - to make it work better, and it's very own drawstring bag! Must remember to buy some charcoal tomorrow before we leave.
Can we thank those of you that have donated money to Julia's House children's hospice. On behalf of them, thank you. I'll try to write something most days so you can follow our progress/escapades.
Thanks for reading!
... to the excellent new Sustrans map. I then found the towpath beside the Kennett Avon Canal. This was rather muddy but a good track past a huge variety of canal boats and over two aqueducts. Trowbridge was just off the main path and Eastbrook Cottage, my B&B for the night was a mile or two south of the town on the A361. I was greeted with a pot of tea and home-made scones.There are ponies and dogs and other animals on this small ...
Hello and welcome to our travel blog, this is where we'll be posting stories and photos of our impending round the world trip.
Our itinerary is:
- California, including LA, Joshua Tree, Sequoia, Yosemite and SF
- Fiji - Viti Levu
- Australia - Brisbane, Lady Elliot ...
On May 28th we went to stay in a caravan in Brixham, Devon with Gary and Gaga.This is my story of what we did and includes photographs of the best things.
My first picture is of the disc we were supposed to put in the car while we were in the caravan park but Gaga forgot and we never did it.
... s campsite, The Plough, only because it was close to the end of our half-marathon walk in Sturminster Newton, a short 6 miles' hop away. We duly arrived to find the projected hard-standing (ha!) area a serious mangrove. The jovial landlord offered us the rear car park with an unseen hook-up which was the best we could have hoped for. "Shouldn't be too busy", he said with a smile! Only time will tell.
Tomorrow, down to the Jurassic Coast, hammers at the ready!