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washing was still damp but we hauled it in and draped in on clothes
horses etc before bed in case of rain or night dew. Another great
Thursday the 19th of
September – Any damp washing
was finished off in the dryer, breakfast done, train sorted to meet
up with Ali, bags packed and LUNCH. Jeremy had ordered a crab and it
was huge – this is what we had for lunch along ...
... Regis to meet a friend of Sheree's who lives nearby, Becca. Lyme Regis is a great seaside town with rows of beach huts in different colours. It is famous for its fossils (tempting to make a Pete joke here). We walked/stumbled over rocks, stones and mud along the beach for quite a way until we came upon an ammonite graveyard. Hugely impressive and exiting and we even found some fossils. A fossil ...
... over five hundred years. The collection consists of treasures from model ships to shells, collected over several generations. The house was built in 1823 and was extended in 1860. The interior was of cosy rooms and a homely, family atmosphere. The estate was left to Rosalie Chitchester by her father who died quite young. She lived there until her death in 1949, and left the estate to the National Trust. We then drove on to ...
Saw the royal circus with its varied architecture, set in a curved setting, with the 3 different types of columns, one for each of the levels, Doric, Ionic and Corinthean. Bath is a maze of narrow streets and lots of traffic which seems to go every which way. I m glad Ian is driving, as he seems to do it with ease, even down to 3 point turns when the road abruptly ends.
the Roman Baths are fantastic, incredible to think they are still working as they did ...
... expected, even though through rubber necking near Porlock Weir, I missed a turn and did an extra half mile on road before having to do a u-turn. I arrived in Minehead an hour earlier than anticipated at 4.00pm after about 22+miles and 5,000’+. The final stretch into Minehead was heaven. Two kilometres downhill, mainly through woods. I felt Like Mo Farah on his last lap. Giuli and Kimber were there to greet me in the park to the north west of Minehead. When I saw ...