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Up and at 'em early this morning with a good breakfast and a snack bag packed, we headed off to tackle more sight-seeing and searches for the genealogy project.
The driving is getting easier and we relied less on the GPS today as Rhe knew the routes and geography.
We drove to nearby Llyn-du farm where Rhe had a chat with a resident about the possible Probert connection and after snooping around there we set off for ...
We arrived at Abergavenny late on Monday and checked in to the Angel Hotel. Had time to walk around the town and get some dinner at a large pub. Joanne was thrilled to see they sell wine by the glass as Small or Large. The large is just right.
Tuesday morning we visited the Castle Street Market, the Castle Museum and the ...
After too good an evening in the tapas bar last night, we awoke to a very damp, drich day. Could we be near Wales by any chance? Spirits were in good order today, not least because this is Swiss National Day. It also happens to be Rob's birthday. No longer a teenager! After the usual pfaffing...I forgot my binoculars.....finding the way out of towns is always interesting.. we headed off with Susie for company. A note here on Susie. Susie is a "speed walker". She zips around ...
... not just "surprise"! Apparently this has been in the planning for weeks with Trina struggling to keep it a secret whilst at the same time getting Rob and me to confirm a plan! Anyway it was very good to see everybody once I had got over the shock of it all, as well as a fantastic effort for them to drive up. Hay is hardly just up the road from Southampton! I tried my best not to ask too much about work, not that I had much chance as the team speeded ...
I am sorry to be so repetitive... but again we awoke to a clear blue sky. Richard Coleman arrived bang on time to pick up Rob, Cadbury and me, giving Trina a morning off from her driving duties. We started in the village of Craven Arms, walking along the river to the stunning castle at Stokesay, parts of which date back to the 12th century. Trina and Al went round the castle later in the day and reported that ...
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