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... for us. He took 2 wickets in his first over and another in his third! They were 5 wickets down for not many. However the other team came back and by the last over they had 4 wickets left and needed 10 runs to win. Sam was bowling the last over! First ball - 1. Second ball - 2. Third ball - 1. Forth ball - Wicket, top of middle stump bowled!! This left two more balls and 7 to win. Fifth ball - dot. Umpire then calls time up! Sam's team had taken too long to finish ...
... it out but since it's now a Chef and Brewer and was rebuilt in 1975 following a fire, I somehow think it won't be the same! Back at the bridge, we are just over half way so Ian makes his way back to the car whilst I cross the bridge to continue the walk. Ian is complaining that he now has to re-negotiate all the mud traps in those fields :-). I forge ahead on, what appears to be, a much easier gravelled tow path walk. It doesn't last long though and just ...
... frames of the current Duke and his family. There are also a few pictures of the Duke with Prince Charles and one with Queen Elizabeth II. Ancient books and manuscripts fill up the shelves. At the northern end of the library is the only privately owned pipe organ in Europe, built in 1891 by the famous English Organbuilder Henry Willis and Sons at its end, is immense. It creates a harmonious space that complements the more ornate elements of the room. It is ...
Whoa, surprise midday entry! It is 1:30 and I am setting myself up for a glorious two hours of napping. But first I thought I might write a bit, since ya know, that's what I do.
This morning was rough. 5AM was so...ugh. I got a bagel last night and saved it in the Program Office for breakfast so at least I didn't go hungry. I took the Airliner to Heathrow (slept the whole way) and arrived by 7:30. I had to go to Terminal 2, ...
... it was much safer and quicker. I tried to stop all the a cappella kids as they passed me to tell them they did a great job, and several of the girls asked about Facebooking and told me they want to start a cappella groups at their schools now. And a lot of kids I don't know came up to me and said they really liked the song too.
The Ball was incredible. The ADs really outdid themselves. The theme was The Best of Britain, and there were three areas of the ...
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