The Askam Hotel
Travel Blogs from Askam in Furness
... is good and comfortable, we are happy with him. There is so much more we would like to see and experience, so we will spend some of the kids inheritance. Have been talking to Anton, not sure if our appointment is tomorrow afternoon or early next week. We will know more then, but it looks like we are coming home, just for a visit.
I did a bit more research on my family tree, the family story is ...
... sand dunes with the sea
Charlie and Mandy were relaying a chat they had with a
fellow motorhome owner who asked them if they had mastered the wave to other
motorhome drivers. They said they had
and that they always waved at them. The
chap then said they would always get a wave from other drivers except those
driving motorhomes with twin axles….they are in a different class!
Mrs Shorten needs t-shirt money asap ( i.e., last week!)
Please send the money ( £9) to me or her along with size
what name you would like on the
back - nothing too surreal please.
... front of an old warehouse which is now a pub and apparently used to be one of the most important buildings of the town in its day. Have to say we drove on arterial roads today and it was much easier. Still working out where to tomorrow -probably heading for Oxford or Stratford upon Avon over the next couple of days. And here we are on the outskirts of Oxford -survived another days travel! Better today as we once again stuck to the main arterial ...
... for a new day pack as mine was too thin to handle the rest of the trip. Found a great one on sale and it passed the Bryan quality test. Cambridge has a ton of outdoor stores for some reason. I believe I counted five. They also have a huge three story mall hidden behind the old storefront on the Main Street. A few hours after we parted, Andrew texted us about meeting up for some punting. Really this is where you take a boat down ...