SACO Nottingham - The Ropewalk
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I am glad to got a larger motor-home with separate living and dining areas. I lifted the carpet to find a lovely wooden (plastic wood rather) floor underneath. I have put down two sisal rugs, replaced the flowery curtain with a new plain cotton one and the place looks rather nice.
We are on a camping site on a farm in Rolleston-on-Dove (Paul's Mom ...
Hi all ! I've set this up so all my friends and family can follow me on my journey. Who knows how long or short this trip will be, maybe 5 years maybe 15 or just 5 months. I'm going grasp every opportunity that comes my way ! Thank you all for the goodbyes and presents and everyone who came to see me before I go. I love you all and thank you ...
Tonys birthday today..... Very hot and after breakfast we went up onto the top deck and bagged a sun lounger, it was too hot for me and I stopped for a while then went into the ship for some retail therapy and treated myself to a Swarovski bangle ....very nice. Back in the sun for a while then into cabin for shower and cool off. Tony came back and we sat on ...
Monday 12th: Branston to Willington
Tuesday 13th: Willington to Weston-on-Trent
Got an absolute soaking in heavy rain today. A soggy walk into the village of Weston in the evening sunshine was well worth it to reach Weston Hall, an impressive 17th Century Mansion house and fishing lake. The Cooper's Arms restaurant and bar in the cellar was a real treat, superb traditional English country ...
... insights observed along the way. If someone had have told me a year ago that today I would have departed from Nottingham Children's Hospital and be sat here on the train to London to present an introduction to my project at the Paediatric Intensive Care Society conference; that then, I would be continuing throughout numerous States in America; I would never have believed them and may have even laughed at them. Opening my eyes to the broader ...