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... me. These family stories are told to you, but when they start falling into place, it is exciting and interesting.
Russ went for a shower and there was a knock on the door, no one knocks on the door. I opened it to find Lorraine there with a home cooked loaf of bread for us, isn't that nice. Russ came back to find I had visitor luckily he was fully clothed.
Tomorrow we are off to Leobay.
Love from Sue and ...
... had died. Russ pointed out that there might be a cheap motorhome for sale soon. Next came a car with a man in it, we thought he might be the Coroner. Still no one in a hurry, then a helicopter arrived and landed on the grass between the vans and the toilet block, this brought more people out as it interrupted their "Nanna nap". Two doctors arrived in it and walked over, no hurry. We still didn't know what was happening, we didn't want ...
... couple across from us, hope they were alright.
Driving into Royston, we just happened to find a old car display, so we stopped, had to have a look. Lots of nice cars, only two Morris Minors, one rather tatty 1000 and the other was a Woody, very cute. There were all makes and models. We walked around and took photos, there was also a carnival in the park, lots of rides and food for the ...
... so forth. I probably destroyed my $250 CHI but hey, my hair got straight today and I didn't start any fires.
I took the tube with three other girls that are in the program with me and we eventually navigated ourselves to the centre. I have an Oyster travel card so I will be able to utilize the tube/busses as much as I please, which will be great!
Side note to self: Yes, there is a REASON that the elevators are packed after ...
... and pierced individuals was an amazing introduction to a subculture suburb of London for Bonnie. We had a blast wandering the stalls up and down both sides of the street, enjoying everything that makes this historical part of town so interesting. The old horse market and stables, the chandeliers in the tunnels and the lochs are total icons and make for fascinating viewing. Dropping into a local pub for a warm and some wifi, the day only got better as Bonnie ...
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