Peat Spade Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
Whatever the connection is between the two stories in this entry, I don't exactly know. Perhaps it just goes back to Flanders Field and the idea that we catch the torch, hold it high and carry on. Who knows. Enjoy Veterans Day y'all.
... is still with me 55 years on.
As a child, I loved to read adventure stories. At Primary School there was not much in the way of exciting literature (although I do remember The Man-Eating Leopard of Rudraprayag), but I used to read non-stop after school hours. The Greek and Norse myths; Enid Blyton’s Secret Seven, Famous Five and Adventure books; Doctor Dolittle; Rosemary Sutcliff; BB’s The Little Grey Men: I borrowed all ...
... to adopt him for a while. He's currently helping out in the galley (which is like a kitchen only smaller, and on a boat, but you mustn't call it a kitchen because, well, I don't know but you mustn't). Next stop Abingdon, where we filled up with supplies for the remainder of the journey. Mum and Jo bought the food, Scott and I wandered around the town. I took this opportunity to teach Scott how to correctly cross the road. The trick is to ...
... all that remained of the newts were skeletons at the bottom of the tank.
Under my teacher's influence, I kept tadpoles in our back garden for several years. I never tired of watching the little black dots metamorphose into frogs. My father made me a pond by wrapping plastic sheeting around an old car tyre.
Mr Price was a fount of knowledge on all aspects of nature, including trees. Once, while we were walking through some woodland, he pointed at ...
Had the boat back at the boat yard just after 9. Lovely week Walked to railway station, from Reading to Gatwick and then to Brighton Another very hot day Arrived back home at 1pm A lovely trip Lazy afternoon at the flat Katrina has cold now Probably if did the boat trip again ...