Deddington Arms Hotel
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... lock on the system at nearly 13 feet deep. I let Ian do that one! It's accompanied by a very cute lock keepers cottage. In the middle of nowhere, no water, power, phone or sewerage. But very cute. On Saturday we met up with Helen, Barry's daughter, husband Malek and little Piran for lunch at Lower Heyford. (Piran is the patron saint of Cornwall). Helen and Malek spent some time with us up at Whakapirau summer before last and this ...
... along the very fast motorway I was quite happy we’d made that decision so I didn’t have to participate in any navigations at that stage.
The car hire place wasn’t open yet but after 20mins standing outside waiting (and witnessing some quick change artists at work as Liane and Gwendols added layers) they let us inside to wait in the warmth until they officially opened. We did all the paper work, put our luggage in the car and ...
... time for them to copy it tonight. Most everything here closes by 5-6PM, and then stays closed all weekend, and since our students arrive on Sunday we had to get the packets done today. So after our admin meeting my morning was spent frantically finishing my documents and printing everything and meeting with directors to proofread and double-checking times and locations on the calendar, and then editing everything and printing it again. Fortunately ...
... and then served us tea and homemade lemon cake in the drawing room. We then walked around the property while she prepared dinner. They have a beautiful little flower garden, vegetable garden, and croquet lawn which I'd have lived to use if it weren't raining. The neighboring cows were hilarious- the all lined up at the fence ad just stared at us, and as we walked around they followed us up and down like dogs. After a rest upstairs we ...
... in the area.
I arrived in Wolvercote a few minutes too late to visit Tolkien's grave, as the cemetery shuts at dusk in Winter.
Driving back to Bristol on the M4 was a bit of fun. We only get to drive 110km/hr on Australian highways and and between 130 and 150 seemed the going rate on the M4. I didn't see any posted speed limites so would be fascinated to know what the speed is supposed to be.