The Crown, Stoke By Nayland
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... quot;,"serif" ;; font-size: 12pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Navigator does ok, likewise Driver – it is a
question of familiarising ourselves with our new home, the Landcruiser truck. Also
getting to know the navigation systems
we have put in place. SG created the route, AG wrote the details for the roadbooks
& SG now has to read it back to AG
with impeccable timing. AG has to listen & obey! This ...
Well I have been very slack with my blog entries so I'm going to gradually catch up on them while I am in an absolutely beautiful location in Scotland. You'll get to see the pictures later. After London we hit the road in our little hire car. Driving through London in morning peak hour traffic was CRAZY!!!! You might have seen the ...
... company. That's why some of the sheds were damaged, when we walked around you could see the clean up efforts taking place, a taste of the hard winter England has suffered. By the way the ice cream was very nice, one was enough though.
Our plan was to do a circle but time got away from us and the nice day was fading quickly so we puttered home instead. We came across some very interesting roundabouts ...
... myself, I might as well go back to sleep, this time pressing my head against the window. I wake right before going through mildenhalls gate and my cac card is needed. The base is old looking but that added to its charm. Charm made me think of finding a place where I cld get a cellphone. The cab driver dropped me off at lodging . I check into a room and I ...
... for me to spend a week in the sun??
Broaching the subject, yes, Nick was keen to go.
Eventually a fuller conversation was had, and I asked the leading question...
"Do you want to go and if so, who are you going to take with you?"
"You of course!"
I had supposed that a "Boy's Toys Tour" was for boys.
In our usual way, planning for time away needs careful thought.