The Red Lion Hotel
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... is important, as they had a TB outbreak a few years ago.
We then get to go in for breakfast :D
Between milkings we have various jobs such as, drenching, putting up fences, scrapping up the yards, cleaning the cubicles, tagging and injecting calves, fixing cows feet, dehorning calves and other stuff we cant remember. Lunch is at 12.30 so we can get the cows in at 1.30. Did we mention there are no motorbikes here! So we have to walk to their paddock ...
Yesterday, one of the PE teachers took us to the football - my first ever sports game! Peterborough's team is called Posh, so it was Posh v Coventry. I can't say it was the absolute best game of football, but I really enjoyed myself :) And as we were driving home, we saw advertisements for a fair in Peterborough, so guess where we went last night?? Some rides and fairy floss later called it a day!
... just did was necessary.
I can't describe how excited I am to be going to Florida. I have been before, probably about 10 times, but it never gets boring. Every holiday is different and I love to capture the moments whilst I am out there, so I will be taking my camera along (obviously!).
Something I'm not looking forward to tomorrow is the fact I'm taking my two catties, GinGin and GleeBee to the cattery ...
... but in spite of the heat, it is a bonus. Probably the least inspiring breakfast of the tour - if you took quirky Bath, added the top hosts and environment of Lynton, the breakfast at Higher Trevorrick, the history of Chagford, the shower and architecture at The Cleve, you'd have some pretty classy accommodation! And now it's about five hours home, with a diversion to Salisbury Plain, taking in Stonehenge. The crowds! Unbelievable, so modify plans, pick up a tray of mixed ...
... fashion! We continued crabbing along until we reached the relative shelter of Ferrybridge and then to a lesser extent while we were on the River Aire to Castleford. We had intended to moor there for the night.
At Castleford I consulted the weather forecast with fingers crossed for a let up in the wind speed. Sadly, I was to be disappointed. The wind was forecast to drop a little ...