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... as soon as I decide to do something then have to bring together the things I need as I go along instead of getting them ready beforehand. So you can guess my feelings of oncoming doom, knowing I had to ask Hazel to go inside the boat while she was in the lock to get me the key. In my mind I was going through the scenarios "Why don't you get things ready before you start out?", or even worse, the silence of the slightly raised eyebrow and look ...
... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
... words to the effect "Do you know you're not supposed to moor here unless you are using the facilities?" "Facilities? (looks bemused). Hazel points out the notice and discovers he is a recently retired, very new boatowner. He turned out to be a very pleasant man and any grumpy thoughts we had about his 'thoughtlessness" disappeared.
It just goes to show that doing the wrong thing when you are unaware of the right thing, does not ...
... booked a hair appointment while at home so that was fitted in as well. Shopping was unpacked and dinner cooked and eaten by the time our friends arrived about seven thirty. It was great to catch up with them all, Eva, Andy, Bob and Renate who each had their own lovely stories to share with us. To Bob and Renate thanks for your contribution to the pot in lieu of payment for wine!! They had eaten on the way so we spent the evening catching up and chatting and sharing our ...
... manor of ‘Bromleige’. The Butter Cross dates back
to 1227. In contrast a Millenium Hall was built in 2000 on the former site of
the Village Institute using many local resources particularly oak from the
forests surrounding Abbots Bromley. The Goat’s Head caught our eye and we
headed in to chat to Rosie, a senior member of the staff who explained the Horn
Dance to us. This is a local custom which involves a fertility ...