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... says Rick, we just talked generally about work.
So what did you say? I ask. Well, says he, I told him I worked in IT and when I asked him what HE did, he said he was on a few company boards.
Apparently Prince Michael didn't miss a beat. He's probably dining out on the story to this day... the crass American who didn't have a clue who he was. As Rick doesn't spend his days reading Hello magazine, I wasn't all that surprised to be honest.
BUT I can report ...
Wednesday 3rd - Birstall
If you're reading this Rod, yes, the stretch of river heading north out of Leicester was a bit dreary in parts but was very soon erased from our memory upon our arrival at Thurmaston Lock when we discovered Watermead Country Park.
Sitting just five miles north of Leicester, Watermead Country Park is a 140 hectare green oasis. It is a haven for wildlife and a peaceful stretch of countryside.
... was one of the funniest TV series ever made and why it’s not shown with all these other endless repeats of shows like the Vicar of Dibley and Midsomer Murders is beyond me.
She clasped my hand, earnestly assuring me that she’d remember my name and where I lived.
There was even a Women’s Institute float!
My God! Maybe that’ll be me wearing the tight-perm wig and crimplene suit next year, taking pride of ...
... head on about 3 times, it's a bit like the house that jack built but is full of history and cute as. We did s bit of s pub crawl last night trying out the local beers before settling on a greek restaurant for tea. It stays light here until about 9 pm at night so we aren't eating till around 8 pm, very deceptive and then fall into bed. Anyway british people seem to think tourists need feeding up, as well as s main meal each they bought us sides of green salad and vegetables ...
... and it was BIG. One feature is the ornate Jacobean gatehouse which I sketched. The house is known for having a modern fountain which shoots water 300 feet into the air. Next door to the manor was what I think might be called a perpendicular church because of its straight square lines and no steeple. From Stanway I drove to Wood Stanton where I saw a sign to Hailes Abbey along a 2km walking track. I had read about the abbey and figured ...