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... wellies with dogs in tow. Interesting produce..lots of Brussel sprouts and home made pies and cheeses.
i found a supermarket that does home deliveries which saved me lugging too much up hill again
the weather?? Well in a word...cold,as you would expect. But I have a warm jacket,scarf,gloves and hat and the house is warm...so all good!
Not too too sure about British TV though...hard to ...
Tess set a personal best for getting up and ready this morning - there was a buffet breakfast on offer.
Andie and I didn't want to get out of those comfortable beds.
We enjoyed our biggest breakfast since Gijon and hit the road with full bellies.
Today we head to Bath. We arrive at lunch time. I sit in the car and feed Lily while the others walk to get change for the meter. Then we all walk in to town. It ...
... gardens. It is nice when I have cleared everything and am in the departure lounge. The Chinese in particular, and there are lots of them here, have no concept of personal space and little of queuing at all.
When I reach the gate it is 09:15 and a further 2 hours to pass before departure. Nothing to do but sit and wait, the story of travelling. When we got back here in September there were nearly 53 Baht to 1GBP. In Bangkok last night this ...
We started the day walking around the Severn Ham. this is a rough triangle of land between the Avon and Severn rivers. It's publicly owned and the Tewkesbury Town Council sells the hay each year and then rents the land for grazing, after August 12th each year. It's about 180 acres in size and almost perfectly flat with a ring of trees along the rivers edges. As it is a commons, there is a public path around the ...
... Mercenaries fighting for the King Edward The IV (House of York) against Queen Margaret & Prince Edward (Lancaster). Well, the night went on and eventually got dark at around 10 pm, so everyone wandered off to either tents or hotel rooms. It had been about four hours of the usual "No ****, there I was.." Except this time it had the added line " I was coming up the hill surrounded by the Duke of Gloucester's Men when..."
Ah, a fun day and night.
Part II tomorrow.