Premier Inn Northampton West - Harpole
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... the ones who you can let your guard down for, who you can ugly cry in front of (not that I’d know anything about THAT... ahem). In this family, no matter what you’re going through be it good or not so good, you know you will be understood, valued, safe, and most importantly, loved. To those of you who are leaving – you will be missed. You have helped to shape this group of people into ...
... and grounds are entirely of the Baron's own making. Constructing the house was quite the undertaking. The workers had to lay 11 miles of pipe, build a new gasworks (which in turn required a branch railway), the entire top of Lodge Hill had to leveled, they dug foundations 30 feet deep to find solid ground, and re-shaped the terrain. While this house looks back and imitates the French Loire valley chateux that the Baron loved, this house also ...
... more views of Waxwings, possibly the same pair as before but always quite distant.
Eventually they disappeared and didn’t return so we gave up and went to do something else.
A Black-necked Grebe had been around the boat club at Pitsford Reservoir for some time and had been showing quite well, apparently. We’d seen some back in July in Cheshire but not close enough for photographs so our next stop was Pitsford. Unlike my last visit to ...
... together to flount the law. There were lots of dogs and according to our informant they were all over the site of a foxes earth, so presumably hoping to flush it, which is undoubtedly instinctive behaviour for dog packs.
The hunt moved on and so did we now that the risk of running dogs over and frightening horses had receded.
Back to the hotel to get ready for an evening out with Julie's parents and to watch the Ireland vs. Scotland ...
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makes each expedition different, exciting and one of the most adventurous things that you will possibly ever do! As part of
this adventure you will be expected to have an active involvement in the day to day running of the trip, be part of the group
and get stuck in and help with various tasks, whether it’s cooking meals over ...