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... place for cats or noise.
Tesco did not have a café, so we found a place on the High Street serving the full English. It was very well prepared. We noticed that they do a Sunday carvery so we may be back after church on Sunday. We stocked up with a few things at Tesco, but were disappointed that they do not sell any of the Weston’s range of ciders.
Back to the boat, and we set off just behind another boat, heading back towards the Fingerpost ...
... extremely exhausted, being awake for almost 24 hours and hardly eating. I was
definitely not very sociable.
Whenever I explain my version of Hell I always refer to this
bus ride to Paris I was on. The bus was breaking down and overheating, we were
stuck in traffic, and about 2 hours away from the Eiffel Tower, our destination.
I am extremely claustrophobic and pretty sure I blacked out a few times. I
mention this story because the ...
... and heavy rain. James took down the banner as a precaution, and prepared the solid fuel stove for lighting later.
The Church in the Beer Tent was meant to start at 10am, and a poster had been produced to that effect. However, the festival programme showed the starting time as 1030am. James had suggested that the worship band lead a few extra songs of worship at the beginning to allow anyone arriving at 1030 to hear most of the service. We have 75 songbooks ...
Pick up Sat Morning. Smooth handover. SC- Can you feel it? DC - No hardly tell it's there. First outing in the new Van at our first C&C site in Ashbourne. Lovely Site. Friendly helpful staff help us push it on the pitch. The Van is very comfy and warm.
50 miles from Cresswell Rd Mexbourgh to Site.
89 miles from Site to Home.
... going in front of us, a long way ahead. Another came in behind us when we were halfway through. The tunnel takes about 40 minutes.
On the way to Hawne Basin, we lurched up and over a submerged fibreglass boat under a bridge. At Gosty Hill Tunnel there was a boat waiting and two boats coming through towards us. Going through this narrow tunnel was just as bad as before, slowly pushing water in front of us as there is nowhere else for it to go.
At Hawne Basin ...