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... There is also a yacht club, but not many were out today. Swimming isn't allowed. The reservoir covers a surface area of 72 acres, and holds 204.6 million gallons.
We returned home for me to do washing, Sue finish mowing lawn etc.
Just as we were considering the evening meal Vanessa, next door neighbour came and invited us to enjoy a drink with her and husband Martin in their back garden, which we did, then returned home for our meal.
... and geographers) but I altered it slightly by keeping the stone and throwing myself in, in an attempt to wash myself and my clothes. Here I'm just trying not to offend any other walkers!
Today's CWW is about 27 km my greatest distance yet. It has a 7.5 loop hence the next few photos which are of exactly the same thing (Winchcombe church and Sudley Castle) but taken from vantage points really close to each other but separated by a 2 hour walk!
The loop though did ...
OK, OK, OK. For those demanding more quiz questions (thanks Neil) here they are.
1. What thatch animal was (and still is) on the roof of a house in Stanton. It is not one of those included in the photos. Small cryptic clues are available upon email request.
2. What's the function of the LHS bit of this stile. No clues as this is an easy question.
3. What's the function ...
... we were told to "Leave the key in the weed box". on our way at 3pm we head toward Shakespeare country - Stratford-upon-Avon. On the way we passed Cock Robin Wood and Ros asked "so who killed him with his little bow and arrow?" Mick was left scratching his head saying who, what? Ros had been taken back to her childhood nursery rhymes, Mick obviously missed out on that one, I have vague notions of it. Lot's ...
... bright and sunny and just got better. Started with a cruise from the picturesque (as they all are) town of Bowness to Ambleside. Our cruise liner was built around 1890 and was only converted to diesel power in 1953. Anyway, we then took the launch to Wray Castle, a folly built by a London surgeon around 130 years ago. After a look and lunch we took the 9km walk along the lake ('mere' actually) to another ferry pick up point and sailed back to Bowness and Le Van. ...