The Saracens Head Hotel
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... Hampden died in Thame from wounds received in the battle of Chalgrove in 1643.”
They even have a pole sign in the churchyard to honour this man and announce his courageous act to today’s passing motorists. I fear the pole sign is only really noticed by the spiders who are grateful of the anchorage it provides for their magnificent webs. For those who may be tempted to visit I should mention that inside the church we found one of the ...
... know what I mean.
But before I natter on about this 'mini-milestone', I must mention one fantastic walk that Tim Horan and I did on Saturday 14th December. Now, not only was this a training exercise for Tim & I, but we also had a 'special guest' on this hike, namely Tim's son David. Regular readers (as if!!!) will recall me mentioning David earlier in this blog; he's the fine young man who I've known all his life and, to ...
... put myself through the undoubted pain of this mighty challenge? Some reckon that it's my penance for being one of those nasty bankers all my life and ruining the economy!!! But no, that's not it. The truth is, early last year, Tim Horan (one of my best pals and a co-walker on the trek), mentioned that his son David was planning to hike up Mount Kilimanjaro AND did I fancy going too??! Well, I have to say, that the prospect of clambering up a 20,000 ...
... noticed, for the first time, a duck with a fish in its beak which it quickly swallowed. I didn't think ducks ate fish. There were also a number of terns which dived very spectacularly ahead of our boat into the canal and flew off with the fish they had caught.
Can't believe Nadal is out of Wimbledon on the first day, even though I watched every minute of the match with my own eyes. Wonder what tomorrow will bring.
... prompt sunny natures I wonder? We were certainly greeted with music, shell necklaces & a song by the hotel staff & are now very used to men in sarongs with flowers behind their ears. As most Fijians are 6 footers (and we’re including the women here) they wear them well.
We’ve come back to a Britain sporting some wonderful autumn golds in bright sunshine and a MASSIVE pile of post. As ...