The Old Forge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... night time aches, is also looking and feeling in prime condition. Once again she comments how remarkable it is to be feeling this good as we start out for the day, compared to how she feels at the end of a long day's walking.
Our first destination is Cuddesdon. where we will visit the church before bidding farewell to the Michael ley line. For the rest of the day we will be trekking almost due east to pick up the Mary energy line snaking its way ...
... a time full of nothing but joy! A perfect way to sign off on a fantastic trip and as always a million thank yous to all the fantastic people who made it so special and as always apologies to those we didn't get a chance to see.
And before we knew it, we were back on the A380 saying farewell yet again to our wonderful friends and family. Next big trip planning is already underway though, shortly we will be on the road to ...
... even less sense to me, so I tried her cell again...and again...and again...to no avail. Good ol' Will finally walked the six students across town to the science museum, and at 2:40 we solved the mystery. The teacher had told the students to meet at the Sheldonian, because it is already halfway across town, rather than walk all the way to Pembroke and start from there. Some of the student misheard, some couldn't find the Sheldonian since we've only ...
... out to find lunch, I took Jess to visit the flock of black sheep and lambs, and bought 2 doz big fat free range eggs from the farm next door. Finally we were on the road back to Henley and Swiss Farm with our lovely friends Paula and Dave who run the camping ground. Such a Welcome Home. Arrangements have been made for a proper catch up to share travel stories....theirs about an Eight Week Odyssey To India....ours The Journey from London to NZ via the Canary's, ...
... out, in an incident completely unrelated to the detour through Chesterfield, that a passenger on crutches had slipped and fallen in the toilet, and so now we had to sit and wait for an ambulance. I know the rule is the same in Australia, but I've never understood the logic of it. In this case, there was apparently already a paramedic with the patient - why on earth could s/he not be offloaded and made comfortable somewhere in the station, and let the train go ...