The Crown & Sceptre
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... 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 ...
... seating and obviously both could sit there and watch you play. Even if they didn't watch the entire match (perhaps before you go out to bat) they could could go next door to the tennis Center and have a hit. Sure it's not Wimbledon but it must rank being so close to the SCG. The SCG has a magnificent surface (really) and it is mown and kept in playing condition. I've included a couple of shots of the pavilion.
Now you have something to set your sights on keep ...
... Nicholson.interesting story here, she had her female lovers, and he his male, but they also loved each other , had 2 children, and stayed together for 40 years. One of her lovers was Virginia Woolf. We are staying at a hotel in Dover. Dinner was pumpkin soup, pork fillet with vege, and lemon meringue pie. We also changed drivers ...
... he got on a boat. A fell walker reaches the summit of a 3000 foot peak in Scotland, sits on a boulder in the sunshine, smokes his pipe and admires the landscape. Surely these things give meaning to life.
‘This, above all, to thine own self be true,’ says Polonius. What does he mean? It seems that we should embrace what we have from our heredity and environment; we should follow our interests.
Is this selfish? Well, some of ...