Limes Country House 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..
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... A lovely clear blue sky, sunny day, with all the surrounding roads packed with people come to watch. Finlay finally seems to be getting over his colic. They had a rough week but this weekend he seems to be sleeping better, and they are getting some playtime as well when he's in a good mood, smiling and gurgling and happy. Of course, this could just be another short-term change, but it feels good! He has also started to stick his tongue out, just like Natalie used to ...
... called Eyam. We found villages and the landscape in Peak District to be quite different from the Yorkshire Dales and Moors. The landscape is quite rugged with large quarry-like cut outs in the mountains. There are many caverns throughout the district where the stone Blue John is mined. We also visited Bakewell (home of the famous tarts and puddings) and Lyme Park House (made famous as the residence ...
... of Victorian and 1900's engineering. The pump house is right at the end of the runway at RAF connigsby, the home of the Battle of Britain flight, and squadrons of tornados and eurofighter typhoons, as well as being the base where Andy flies from while waddington runway is relaid. This afternoon we were treated to a hurricane and a typhoon playing in the clear skies. Great ...
A Finlay-free day today so we went for a day out to sleaford. Nice market town and we dropped on farmers market day so we bought, of course, lots of good Lincolnshire food. Sleaford church is a very interesting church dating from the 1300's and with a range of gorgeous stained glass windows, mostly Victorian, but some 1900's and a lovely modern window from a couple of years ago. Then a trip to the only eight-sail windmill in the country and on to the bubble car ...