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Today Natalie had a bunch of her NCT friends and their new babies over for lunch, and tea, so we had a day out to the market in Boston. It wasn't as good as we remember from last time we went but we still came away with fresh cod, haddock, salmon, and smoked haddock to cook them a fish pie, fresh farm eggs, lovely bread, a tray of Lincolnshire lamb chops, and a boot full of Lincolnshire veggies, so it can't have been too bad. On the ...
... courtyard. Oops! I skeedaddled out of the way. They actually seemed like quite nice folks! Perhaps now I understand a small bit of the mortification Ms. Elizabeth Bennet felt upon having Mr. Darcy return home to find her perusing Pemberly.
I took a bit of tea for lunch in the shop there. I'm really going to miss clotted cream and scones when I return to the States! Then I tripped myself back home! ...
... dates to Europe and return to Birmingham to have new wheels and upgrade suspension and re-classify the vehicle. It seems that Pilote sent out Pierre too heavy and even if we added no belongings just ourselves and Tess we would be over weight! So Tuesday we will be traveling back to the Midlands for the alterations and have re-booked our ferry for Saturday, but at least we will be legal.
Had a lovely last day with Jac, walking along the causeway at Blakeney whilst ...
... Spring Beans for export to the middle east. We enjoyed walking around the farm to see what's new. Unfortunately, the potato harvest won't begin until next week; I know Paul would have enjoyed helping with the harvest.
Kay made a delicious dinner of roast lamb, potatoes (of course) fresh veg from their garden and a delicate Pavlova for dessert.
We thoroughly enjoyed the after noon and ...
... the edge of the fenland.
Wendreda's relics stayed at March until they were removed to Ely in the 10th century. In 1016 Edmund Ironside carried the relics into battle, hoping their reputed powers of miracle-working would help him to victory over the Danes at Ashingdon.
Unfortunately, Edmund lost, and King Canute siezed the relics. Ah, but Canute was shortly thereafter converted ...