Ramada Hotel Telford/Ironbridge
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Taid and Nanny are going on their travels very soon. I hope you will follow us on the map to see where we are. We will try to write every day about where we are and we will add some photographs too if there is wifi where we are. We hope that you will write some comments for us so that we will know how you are. Today we are in Much ...
Special thanks to Simon, who was the person that came up with this idea as a fundraiser, and along with his family, has worked hard at selling the balloons! Thanks all :-)
I bought the helium from Bratby Gases in Shrewsbury, and would like to thank them for giving it to me at cost price - it was much appreciated.
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... I could now see that beside our abode was a hand built Kitchen and behind that the ablusions ( fancy word eh? )Our host had left us some wine, cheese , crackers, mushrooms, eggs, milk and a fresh loaf of bread. Adding some of the food we had picked up, we were all set for a nice breakfast, except for the wine of course, tempting I know but well a bit early and anyway we had a tyre to sort.I managed to get the car up to flat ground and attempted to jack ...
... trying on his matador costume, when the wind whipped Rory's map into the field. Oddly enough, no-one wanted to go and retrieve it.
The lane took us into Ratlinghope, a village of half a dozen houses and a church. We sat in the graveyard and ate our sandwiches in the sun. I didn't dare let Pal off the lead again, as there seemed to be sheep everywhere. The other lane out of Ratlinghope ran up onto Wild Moor ...
... and sweated my way back up.
We went to a local pub for for lunch with Joan and Bertie. Joan is nearly 80 and full of life. She really enjoyed having jokes with Tom at my expense and bought him an enormous sundae for his dessert just to see if he could eat the whole thing (he could). She dropped us at the bus stop at the top of the hill so we could start the next leg of our Welsh experience. ...