The Grange Hotel
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... about their business. The fritters who are late make ne smile with their mincing steps and galloping legs.
Sitting at Kings cross I realise you don't have to go far to find the beauty around you. In fact I didn't even have to leave home. But I love travel and experiences, they make me seem a lot smarter than I actually am.... In fact I'm getting home the day before my birthday..
HOW SMART IS ...
... if they had done a walk-on part on a Charlie Boorman crapumentary.
Will had done me proud and certainly qualifies as a junior bore.
Here's to next time son :)
Miles today: 203
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... panic sent in but I think the black security guard was blind in one eye, and both nostrils,so to speak.
Onto the boat, not a bad cabin, had a standard self serve Brittany ferries **** fish and chips, Will had spag bol. (Not worth taking a picture of).
Few beers and bed and a healthy dollop of 'Two and a half men'.
Snoring complaints: ...
Today I went for a drive up to visit and meet Judy Bradwell. She is a contact I got from a family friend at home, Tracy Rampton. Judy is very involved with British and New Zealand eventing. She produces many young horses and trains many riders. I was so happy to get out on a horse. I rode a lovely gelding called Perry. He is a 4yo who went in the Burghley young even horse earlier this year. We just went for a ...
... a child. There! Those are the rocks we used to play on. That's where Mum and Dad spread out the picnic and this is where we scrambled and imagined as kids. The very spot. I'm certain sure.
We strolled, scrambled, wandered along the paths, under the overhanging rocks, under and over bridges and streams. So many little paths, weaving around everywhere. People walking dogs, or just their own body weight, hoods up, hoods down as the weather changed from moment to moment.