Premier Inn Birmingham Oldbury - M5, Jct2
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... few miles until it told us to turn left down a lane which got smaller and smaller until grass appeared down the middle. There was no turning back it was too narrow, we were riding on both banks, with everything crossed that nothing would come the other way, we had to carry on. Eventually we turned a corner and saw the end, just as a car was pulling into the lane. We ...
... lanes by the SatNav, we gave up and went back to the village and found a park. With rain pouring down we sat and had lunch wondering if Tess really wanted a walk! Eventually the rain slowed and we walk round what was an arboretum. Some beautiful trees including acers, eucalyptus and mimosas. On returning we decided that an awning was a must, for this country's weather, wellies, water proof and of course wet ...
Today we picked up our motor home, a Pilote Sensation, after having a whistle stop tour and instructions on all the various electronic devises and came away with our heads in a spin! We then zoomed off to our first campsite near Nuneaton doing an average of 12mph. Hopefully not too many frustrated drivers behind us, but in fairness being left hand drive and a vehicle that seemed like 10 times ...
My old friend, Maurice Bradley (he is 86, and I've known him since 1975), recently wrote an essay on 'The Meaning of Life' as part of a course he is doing. He has no time for computers and sent me this written in longhand. I think it deserves to be published on the internet.
The Meaning of Life – Maurice Bradley
My dictionary gives 6 definitions of the word 'meaning’. The one most relevant to this subject is ...
This is the start of our journey.
For a number of years we have talked about quitting the rat race and living a simpler life.
With the "threat" of redundancy in the offing things started to fall into place.
Taylor , my youngest daughter was offered a room in a shared house with four other vulnerable adults and round the clock care. Our chance to help. So we donated sofas, chairs, a bed, a TV, kitchen equipment, pots, pans, cups, plates ...