The Bell Hotel & Inn
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... Room' (aka the spare room now blacked out with bin bags and a password or the makeshift treehouse that nearly got me electrocuted) which included a full platinum cased card set and collected chips from Christmas event crackers, a mini roulette and black jack table, magic show and repurposed Monopoly and Richie Rich money....an eventual pool table was also added once I could see over the sides and had the room....used to hustle unsuspecting crushes ...
... but would very likely recur during our trip if we did nothing. We agreed with him.
The surgery was done by noon! All is well - Ron is raring to go, although the dr is keeping him there one more night.
Tears for Ron. Cheers for the British medical system!!!
Now, to cheer this entry up a little, attached are some photos from "The Making Of Harry Potter".
... the time we have with David and Barbara Fenney, faithful servants of the Church. They live about 3 and a half drive by car north of here near Manchester, but come down to the Church office often. David is chairman of the trustees of the Church and Barbara is treasurer.
A lot of our discussion is about the future of the church and continuing the local publication which is the supplement mailed with the Good News. It is ...
... got any money to change. I still have 5 days to go which other than having sorted out the dogs means I'm still in the initial preparation stages. You might figure that having been away as many times as I have I've got the packing lark down to a fine art by now and have got my perfect capsule backpack of lightweight, practical, multipurpose stuff all set out. You'd figure wrong though; I always overpack, am utterly rubbish at deciding not only between the blue one and the black one ...
... that the ashes originates from a love story, who would have thought and it turns out the ashes itself is an old perfume bottle that a lady decorated with newspaper clippings of the cricket and gave it to her lover as a trophy when England won the ashes back. We headed to the London zoo for the afternoon, it was the most morbid place to visit. All the animals were hiding in their warm beds as the sky got greyer and the temperature got colder, so it was safe to say we ...