The Mistley Thorn
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... goodbye. As we were throwing the ball for Tess the couple in the motor home opposite came over for a chat. Turns out they have been living and travelling in their very large van for 10 years! Also they have stayed for the last 8 winters on the site we have just booked for Jan & Feb. They sang its praises , but warned not to stay near the pine trees as there is a caterpillar that lives in them that likes dog fur, so will have to do some research ...
... about 9.45 im the morning and arrived in Harwich at 9pm. You can imagine the relief when we got there! After a quick Heineken and Dutch custard on board ( to get ourselves in the mood for Holland) we called it a day fairly early. I should add that during my ordering of the desert i somehow wound up flirting with the gay waiter- it was quite ...
... oak roof dating back to 1400. It's amazing to think that such a creation is still here over 600 years later and whether the workmen who created it could ever have imagined that would be the case. Decorating the roof were sunbursts which had roses in the centre of them. Apparently these were King Edward IV's favourite badge and there are similar appearing in St Georges Chapel Windsor which Edward built. His brother-in-law John de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk, inherited ...
Of BIG sand
and BIG seagulls …..
Hi everyone; so where was I? We have now had Big Gerty for 3
and a bit days and I am slowly getting used to her size and left hand
drivingness. She is very big on these tiny roads (at least some lanes the sat nav (henceforth known as Miss Gertrude) have taken us are very narrow to point of having to back up if another car. Very scary. On the freeway she goes really well.
8th March - Saturday
We had home duties to do and little fix it jobs, so that was this morning, Russ tried Winston and he was happy, started first go, we just think he missed Steve. All ...