Travel Blogs from Sheffield
Arranged to have a cup of tea with my Aunty Dorothy who is an octogenarian and her partner Eric who is a nonagenarian. Now before thinking I have the longevity genes, Dorothy is not a blood relative. My Aunty Marion who is my mothers sister reached her early 80s so I live in hope that I will still be able to annoy my darling wife for another 30 years. Derby ...
... with original bakewell pie and tarts, sat down to a pot of tea and tart plus I had a homemade chicken and mushroom pie. Delicious. Time had got away so back to Southwell with Chatsworth left for another day. The Derby pronunciation discussion recommenced! She said: voting is now open on the pronunciation of Derby. I also have the last ...
- Drove from Wetherby to Edwinstowe via Doncaster
- Did 5 walks, mainly in the woods
- Visited Sherwood Forest
By the campfire at night where the wild dingoes call
But there's nothing more lonesome, morbid or drear
Than to walk down the path of the woods with no ...
... centre. A really
nice venue. We wanted to get something else for the train, but their hot dishes
looked fantastic – they do a plate of mixed veggies and other dishes which we
look forward to trying another time. Instead we got a sausage roll and a pasty –
all handmade fresh each day on the premises! Later on the train when we had
them they were really delicious! That’s the type of good vegan food we’re
... carrots. The door took a bit longer than the doorway as marrying up the french and english door parts was tricky, to say the least. Then the biggest challenge yet, the back window, which would mean taking down a substantial part of a two foot thick stone wall held together by 100 year old mud and dried up lime mortar. In the end the wall turned out to be 100 years of dried mud, old grains of wheat and mice nests!
The inside lintels went in relatively easily with plenty of points ...