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... had a 10am meeting in Theddingworth. We met her contact, Ginny Beeby, and she showed us into and around the local church (that dates back to the 1200's). While Sheila and her looked over records and such, I made myself busy taking about 20 pictures of the church and its surroundings. Sheila has found church records of family members being both baptized ...
... ready to start our European tour on Tuesday. We
would have liked to go to a place called Yardley Gobion fifty minutes
away – Pete's family hailed from there many years ago. We will try
and slot that in for another time.
now 9pm - we joined mainly family for lunch and said our goodbyes
after that. We will see Craig and Ali after their honeymoon when we
return from Europe. Tomorrow we will go by rail to London ready for
an early start on ...
There is a lovely pace of life in the Cotswolds and the lanes and roads are quintessential England: trees that meet over the road and feels like you are driving inside a green tunnel. The honey coloured stone lets you know exactly where in England you are even if you don't have a map or a GPS. After having a lovely meander through the stone-walled lanes and wandering though an open garden, I set off for a short drive to the Cotswold Wildlife Park. ...
With only a day to go and everything packed, we invited some of our close mates round for a send off. My mum out did herself with the catering and my Dad (This is the same person who is highly vocal about his dislike of football, or any sport for that matter) out did himself with a truly unnecessary pair of football cuff links. This will be added to the very long list of ...
... Gull and Smew there, any of which would do for our 'new bird a week’ goal so this was our next location. There’s a causeway across the lake that is walled an covered with vegetation to the extent that the water can barely be seen as you cross it, and a small car park on the east side of the causeway. Time to try out my new telescope. I was getting some quite nice results from the fairly low numbers of birds on the water. We quickly ...