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Well after over a year since first discussed, the tickets ahve been brought to go to the Big Apple and Debbie and I wil be off on the 7th March 2015. There have been a couple of hicups that shouldnt be shared but all sorted now and the plannign and can start in earnest.
Shall we do this, or shall we do that we have both ...
... one by instinct and followed it. Down a little ways we happened upon a sign that said "path way closed due to landslide". The plastic fence was gently pushed aside by past explorers so we went pass the sign and continued on. There were wooden stairs made into the hill that we followed. We could tell the path had not been kept up on for a couple years but we made our way through it anyway. There were other couples who had followed doing the same thing so we figured ...
... Cammie, who sorely missed her pup at home. Looked out over Hastings and figured out where 31 Croft Road was in our view. Currently has a scaffolding on the left side!
Explored the other sea groyne featured in "Casualties of War" (the wall nearest Nicola's car park).
Half past noon, Sue arrived and we welcomed her with great enthusiasm. We thought about going out before tea, but actually ended up just jawing and giggling before ...
... of this small area was in 485, or there about. I can't remember exact date.
Also got my reservations for last few days in London, before I leave for Florence.
Now Karen is in the kitchen cooking dinner and I am headed to help.
See ya later. Not sure what access I will have for the next few days so will do what I can! Heading to Alveston to stay with Brian and Iris Johnson and see what I can learn about my Willan ancestors. ...
Inspite of a disappointing Saturday in Westonbirt, we had quickly come up with the plan to go to Hastings on Sunday in a countryside pub in Westonbirt.
Sticking to the plan, we met up early in Ilford near Sanketh's residence, filling ourselves with South Indian delicacies for breakfast..
Sanketh, again, behind the wheels, we managed to beat the city traffic on the lazy sunday..
Around 1.5 hours south of London on ...