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... wellies with dogs in tow. Interesting produce..lots of Brussel sprouts and home made pies and cheeses.
i found a supermarket that does home deliveries which saved me lugging too much up hill again
the weather?? Well in a word...cold,as you would expect. But I have a warm jacket,scarf,gloves and hat and the house is warm...so all good!
Not too too sure about British TV though...hard to ...
... sending the Euro down the Suwannee and causing merry mayhem in the Financial Markets. A week earlier the commodity markets took a dive as Chinese Hedge Funds (I'd never heard of any before) decided to flog the back off the Copper Futures Market. All good fun and it got me harking back to the time when I masqueraded as a Futures Trader in the dying days of the Last Great British Colony of the East - Hong Kong. For those with a long memory, this was the time of ...
Tess set a personal best for getting up and ready this morning - there was a buffet breakfast on offer.
Andie and I didn't want to get out of those comfortable beds.
We enjoyed our biggest breakfast since Gijon and hit the road with full bellies.
Today we head to Bath. We arrive at lunch time. I sit in the car and feed Lily while the others walk to get change for the meter. Then we all walk in to town. It ...
We have been busy this last week. Weather has not been too kind with rain most days and max temps between 12C and 14C. When the sun shines everything appears so much more vibrant. Our National Trust and English Heritage passes have been getting a flogging and we are glad we bought them before leaving Oz as they have just about paid for themselves. The flowers, bird life and trees are absolutely stunning.
Had some cereal and pain au chocolat from the supermarket next door before we left for The Slaughters, two towns in the Cotswolds. As may have been mentioned before, this area is famous for its picturesque, quintessential English villages, complete with village churches and babbling brooks running through them. Upper and Lower Slaughters were no exception (two different towns). Photo from each are included. They were ...