The Mill Inn
Travel Blogs from Lancaster
... energy requirements for the day.
Also been out most days litter collecting, plus one morning helping to plant some very small saplings along the bypass. Lots of bending, stretching and carrying heavy bags of litter around - much more energetic/tiring than you might expect when you go looking for old litter, far under prickly bushes and trees.
The stone I've lost appears to have gone of ...
... must have gone from my horrible spare tyre and top of my thighs in such a short time.
Am aiming for these trousers to be comfortable to wear at my university reunion in about 5 weeks - and at this rate they may even be comfortably baggy as well!!! The proof will be in the pudding as they say.
Did have a few bad days earlier this week. Have come off my HRT after 5-6 years of taking them ...
... br> Lunch:
2 eggs, 65g bacon, 2-4 mushrooms fried in 15ml of olive oil.
1 piece of coconut bread.
large glass of water
2 large cups of water (plus 2 teaspoons of soluble fibre in one)
Fish or Meat
50g sweet peppers
50g courgettes or 25g broccoli
1 coconut bread
1/4 slice of cheese
2 small oranges (100g)
large cup of water
... but it gave me the same look a goose gives you before it chases you and tries to attack so we decided it was best to leave the swan alone.
After some time at the lake, we decided to walk through the town to see what there was to see. Stopped for a cup of coffee to try and warm up and kept on moving. The shops were cute and had lots of locally made items. We window shopped through a few until it started snowing, at ...
I departed Oxenholme station in late afternoon, after waving my family goodbye I settled into the first stage of my long journey across the world.
After several hours on the virgin train from the north I arrived in
london at Euston, I crossed to Notting hill gate to meet natascha, my
first host of the long trip! She showed me around the area of london
where she lives and we went for a cheeky pint in a lovely little pub.