The Hanmer Arms
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... doubled as prayer time for me. Every day during Savasana, I get the opportunity to pray for everyone and spend some quiet time with God. Along with doing daily yoga, Alexa and I have been moving towards a vegan lifestyle. I was vegan in the past for a few weeks and it was awesome. Alexa and I are slowly but surely eliminating diary and all that good stuff. Even if the vegan thing doesn't last, Alexa and I get to ...
Today we started off trimming trees around one of their duck ponds with Alex and Lilly, it felt good to play with a chainsaw again and get a good sweat up from actually doing work! After lunch we did the same around their huge gardens. When Jamie's Grandfather lived here, they had two full time gardeners, it was huge. We also helped give our opinions on the paved area outside of the kitchen area and the drawing room ...
... We are taking a 30kg big, long army style back pack each and http://www.travelindependent.info/whatt opack.htm packing just essentials (or so we say!) and of course first aid kit, sarong and insect repellant. Although with 2 weeks to go we have things like Foil blankets/tents, nail clipper set and 10 toothbrushes at the moment! haha!We also have a few pages that we have devised from different internet sites to bring with us ...
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Yesterday was a complete washout as far as the weather goes. We started the day undecided about what to do and when it began to rain we decided to stay put. Good decision. It rained the whole day and was also very windy. We were moored on an aqueduct at Shebdon, on mooring rings and there were very tall trees on the other side of the canal. I remember thinking at ...
... a whole year. We have helped out at of 3 of these events at our own club over the years. So we appreciate these folks’ hard work!
Everyone who attends was sent a packet, which gave them their mooring position number. Ours was #42 which was quite a long ways from the center of activity. We went to the end to turn around and came back to where we were to moor. Boats are moored up for about a ½ mile on either side of the ...