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... the butchers, post office,library--and the Women's Institute and the Quaker Meeting House (more on that later).
I can fit in with this group though find it a bit wearing after a few hours.
Thank God I brought my Jaeger skirt! I'll finally get some wear out of it after having it relegated for years at the back of my wardrobe in Sydney.
Rick enjoys hanging out with this group.
I remember years ago when I was head of English at Sunningdale School ...
... calculations. The miracle is that enough of us mastered it to be able to get on quite well in life.
After the kids came a lively round of Morris dancing, followed by a fancy dress competition, and finally the arrival of the floats.
They were supposed to be humorous (I think) and had some kind of theme although I never quite worked out what.
While watching all this I made friends with the lady wedged next to me. Actually ...
Day trip to the Cotswolds, with the highlight for me being a stop at the little town (Bampton) that stands in for the lovely village of Downton in the bespoke British class series Downton Abbey. Photo stop at Bibury, a lovely village, followed by lunch at Bourton-on-the-Water. For some reason my autocorrect on Facebook turned BotW to Bourbon-on-the-Water. :) On the way back to ...
... for his money. Mike started working life as a journo who now works for Range Rover at Solihull and his main job is to travel around the world with Range Rover / Land Rover when they do vehicle testing and to write about the experiences. He does other PR and media work for Range Rover as well and occasionally he is called in to do tours.
So, there are two groups doing the tour - our small group of ...
... had the whole place to ourselves for 15 minutes. We went in to the Gaol first, which was really eerie. It was very dark and damp and had an old pillory hanging from the ceiling. They used to put men in there and would just leave them to rot away. There was also a solitary confinement cell that was just a small hole in the ground. Next up was the Kingmaker exhibit. This took you through how soldiers prepared for battle during the War of the Roses: the weapons, arming ...