The Pear Tree at Purton
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... to Bath Spa via Cardiff, when a very kind man sitting near the door explained that the train we needed would be on the same line and that we could get off at Swindon. There the train that we were on would go to Cardiff, but the train following – the train we should have been on, would continue on to Bath Spa. A huge relief.
So we got off at Swindon, waited a few minutes, got on the train at the nominated coach and found that this time our seats were waiting for us. ...
... rain on the final trip of the day. This did not mar the pleasure because we were treated to a stunning rainbow - a full bow across the canal, with a partially formed second bow against a stormy grey sky with trees lit by sun. Magic!
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