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... as we will be camping in between hotel stays. The plan is to upgrade and renew a few of the things that wear out over time so we end up with something über reliable. For those who know a thing or two about 4x4 cars, this has full time 4 wheel drive, electronic diff locks leather seats and will seat 8 comfortably, though in our case it will be two plus a boot full of things you need when doing a trip like this. More details ...
Today I've realized I have an addiction, wait....it's actually a problem I've always known I've had but am just watching it gear back up again and oh boy it's coming at me full fledged. Addictions take you away from all the things in life you're suppose to be getting done, they cloud your mind so you can't seem to focus on anything else. Since coming back from Spain, the second time in a month, I've been unable to think about anything else but going somewhere. I must be ...
... shaped delights of short crust pastry filled with jelly and pork and the holy grail of the pork pie lover...... SCRATCHINGS. Laden with my choice of hearty fare I returned to my miserable looking companions to share with them my stories of what I had discovered. To my surprise I was informed in a low whisper so certain husbands couldn't overhear " I love a good crunchy scratching" This pleased me as I had run out of Butter Mintoes and this could now be the ...
... the wool trade. Here we found the Almshouses which Sir Baptist Hicks built in 1612 at a total cost of £1,000, to house 6 poor men and 6 poor women. To this day they are still used by 12 pensioners from Campden.
Unfortunately we weren't able to take long walks into the countryside for which the Cotswolds are famous....Otro año!
We're provisioning for a canal trip in Wales and will be out ...
Pete wanted to follow a longer route to the top, so we agreed to meet early and take the train to Colwall. Jenny met us on the train and we zoomed under the Malvern Hills through a tunnel and into Colwall Station. We de-trained and stood on the platform trying to orientate ourselves. At this point, Pete mentioned that he hadn't brought a map. Fortunately Jenny had, so we planned a route and then attempted to follow it.
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Lovely location and rooms
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