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Weather beautiful, sunny 26○ I think.
Departed Hotel and found nothing but cyclists in The Strand, in fact many major streets are closed off this week-end for the great London bike ride. People of all ages riding.
Short walk to Charing Cross station to catch the 10.40 train to Folkestone. Enjoyed ...
Peter writes …..
With the boat safely tucked up in Licata, Sicily for the winter, Bridget and I headed back to England for a few weeks to see both family and friends. Our most important appointment in England however was with the doctor. It was time to discover how Bridget was recovering after her chemotherapy treatment.
I will let her fill you in on that update ….
Amongst friends we caught ...
... m a motorcycle or a car until the last minute. Then reflect on how I cuss to myself about lazy drivers who go about with one headlight out, whenever I see one. Tick, tock, tick, tock. Ah ha! They don’t know they’ve got a headlight out. I never thought of that.
Enough reflection. I’ll swig my coffee down then ...
Needless to say the journey from Titchfield to Folkestone on a Friday night (and dark by this time) was fairly uneventful, marked only by the Hindhead tunnel on the A3, giving us a cheap thrill by opening the sunroof, winding all the windows down, and letting our recently installed Milltek exhaust system resonate through the tunnel. Our arrival at the Holiday Inn Express in Folkestone, based near the entrance ...
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We saw two examples of the sort of low life that live in this, and every other, country. In the dining room there are two decorative containers with stoppers. Something like port decanters which were made of metal. Some person had stolen one of the stoppers, which really are irreplaceable, and the Nat Trust is trying to find someone who can replicate it from the one ...