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Big day all running back and forth. Al dropped Ellen and Ben to train station to catch the train to "Sherwood Forest". After we all arrived we did a 45min walk through the forest. We all learnt alot about Robin Hood and the history behind the stories. We stopped at the big Oak Tree and did the tourist thing of taking alot of photo's. The day was …
Caught up with the relatives at Toli's place. Richard bbq'd and we ate. Julie had managed to talk Laura and Rebecca to donate some shoes to her collection, plus Laura gave Julie an unused handbag. We tried to coordinate some travels together so working rosters were compared with our travel plans. Hopefully we will work something out. After eating we said good bye and headed back to Southwell to pack. Packing completed we went to bed getting a but excited about going to ...
... I think Julie was extremely happy with the result. She also managed to buy some more clothes (for Paris). We arrived in England with two suitcases and will be returning with four. She said: It is not my fault I have to buy more clothes. My darling husband told me I was limited to one suitcase, 23kgs. As most of you ladies know you only need to put 3 pairs of shoes and a couple of outfits in ...
... for it. Of course, the end of Cook's publishing business had a hand in the demise of this experience. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_C ook_European_Timetable Chesterfield is noteworthy for the church with a crooked spire. Various legends exist to explain it. Some say the devil sat on the steeple and bent it. Others say it happened when a virgin bride was in the church and the spire bent over to ...
Today was a "maintainance" sort of travel day. Time to catch up with laundry and mow the grass which was doing a savanna imitation. That took care of the morning so after a pork pie lunch, we went for a walk down by the Amber and up the 100 steps. Every walk needs a destination and this one had a pair of geocaches to find. After a missed turn, we fought nettles and brambles to eventually get back to where we should have been. The first cache was easy but the second ...
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