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Still not feeling good so first stop boots chemist for some cold remedies after which we headed for Freeport. There we met dad and Rena and enjoyed the next few hours talking, laughing and having lunch. Love spending time with them, they are such good company. Val went out with her girls in the evening but I opted to stay back and chill. An early night for ...
... missed one. It’s gone 8pm by this time.
We caught the next one about 9.15. Both snoozed on the train. But no, we didn’t miss our station, J. We did however miss the taxis. It started to rain. Cool and dark and very lonely. And I am longing to visit Gallery Toto again!
We ended up ringing the hotel, and the wonderful Sarah came and collected us. We really couldn’t face walking the three miles.
... walked up to the tiny village Little Bradley. Instead of having to walk the six or seven kilometres back there this morning to start my walk Ann has kindly offered to drop me off there. That gives me a real head start.
Even more importantly though, Ann has fed me some vital local knowledge. I am aiming to walk into Bury St Edmunds and had planned a route sweeping around to come up on the St Edmund Way from the south. However, I was aware the Michael line I ...
... bus, sharing my snacks with my neighbour and bopping along to the local music playing full volume...yes that's is what it's about for me. And of course I have absolutely loved blogging. Writing to you all has challenged me to investigate places on a deeper level. What DO I think about things? Have I got enough of an understanding to pass comment? I have surprised myself by discovering that, despite what my GCSE English mark says, I am in fact capable of putting my thoughts on paper ...
... and ask a man on the street where to go, he pointed us in the right direction. Back home with our milk but a different way, I'm so glad we have a GPS and I don't have to navigate. When we got back Jane was home from work and she showed us where to plug in and how things work, the showers had been turned off for the winter so Richard came and got them all set up. Jane and Richard are a nice ...