The Eastbury Hotel
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... had produced 4 kittens in the night! What a welcome home! Girls excited and Scarlett has played nurse maid all day. The unpacking was pushed aside as we gathered to watch the tinies and mum. Super cute, super small we're wondering what to call them; Milka? Marco? Nenzing? ...
All packed and ready to go, we headed down to the train station. We caught the 9:45 from Wool to Poole, where we then picked up the coach to London Heathrow. I dropped Lucy off at the station entrance and left her looking like a bag lady for fifteen minutes while I dumped the car back at home then had a brisk walk back to the station. Our 3396 mile trip to the Big Apple has begun... South West trains did us proud ...
... brief clearing of the skies. We had stopped to have a quick break next to two derelict barns. As we rested, out flew a Barn Owl, inspected us and then headed off to hunt. We finally reached the farm where we are staying at 6.30pm, to be greeted by Sue, who has since plied us with tea and a huge slice of cake, driven us down to the pub so we could collect a pizza! We are revived and tomorrow's 24 miles awaits. Just need to dry our ...
Left house 2pm after slow morning.
Drove to Bournemouth
Bear Factory for clothes
Gardens - Vintage brass band - Aida dancing, bubbles
Pier - Helter Skelter
Glass wine at restaurant
Collet online shop from Asda
Home to see Yusuf
... coastline along the east and concordant coastline along the south. The northern part is Eocene clay (Barton Beds), including significant deposits of Purbeck Ball Clay. Where the land rises to the sea there are several parallel strata of Jurassic rocks, including Portland limestone and the Purbeck beds. The latter include Purbeck Marble, a particularly *************e that can be polished (though mineralogically, it is not marble). A ridge of Cretaceous chalk runs ...