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Since our last entry we've been making the very best of some lovely sunny weather.
Yesterday, Dad, Nico, the girls and I went to Clumber Park which is run by the National Trust and is just a few miles down the A1. We hired bikes for the afternoon and enjoyed the outdoors together. The park is a huge favourite of mine with a visitor centre, shop and cafe plus a beautiful chapel, follies, fords, and it's very own mini village. The main ...
... scenes in Jesus's life. The one in the very middle of the nave shows the bottoms of two feet with ornamentation around it. Chris told me that was representative of Jesus ascending into heaven and that's why we are looking at the bottom of this feet. We marveled at the stained glass and all the intricate details carved into the structure over the 250 years it was in construction.
At 1, we began to ascend the narrow, winding stairs up to the ...
... Kings and Queens, particularly since the creation of the Royal Vault, which was built by George III. Most Kings and Queens since George III have been buried at St. George's" (Royal Burials). The chapel was pretty amazing, but as I stated before, we really needed more time. At least we got to see everything, even if only briefly.
Once we were done rushing around Windsor Castle, we jumped back on the bus only to get stuck in ...
... the black and white sheep and grab the lambs to cuddle. No matter how many we saw through the day, the happiness of each sighting never dropped!
We had a quick wander at the lake edge near Ambleside and then further on a little walk through a wooded section near a stream, both shortened by showers becoming more like rain. We took a few pics at both spots, but retreated back to the dry warmth of the car. After a bit of back-tracking (the ...
... moved his mill to the country and built new and larger houses for the workers, each house with running water, up to three bedrooms and room for a garden. Saltaire is not a museum, but is still a living village, and it is easy to imagine the workers going off to the mill and the church that he built, and the children going to the school that he built. This was one of the experiments of the time that became a model for modern town planning.