The Sharnbrook Hotel
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... hornbills and Pygmy elephants on the Kinabatangan River, Borneo Kayaking on the Nam Khan down to the Mekong River, Luang Prabang, Laos Giant fig trees strangling Ta Prohm and the Buddha faces at Bayon Temple, Siem Riep, Cambodia Living with elephants at the Elephant Valley Project, Sen Monorom, Cambodia Drinking beer on the pavement and motorbike mayhem in Old Hanoi, Vietnam The enormous caverns at Halong Bay, ...
... roads of Akeman Street and Watling Street, the hillfort that crowns the Beacon was a centre for both Celts and Saxons, a focus for the fire rituals that punctuated their annual cycle. It now belongs to the National Trust, and the 800 ft climb to its summit is rewarded by a panorama of the Chilterns, the Quainton Hills and the Dunstable Downs. It also lies directly in the path of the Mary current."
Up at the top of Beacon Hill I walked the tumuli ...
... know what I mean.
But before I natter on about this 'mini-milestone', I must mention one fantastic walk that Tim Horan and I did on Saturday 14th December. Now, not only was this a training exercise for Tim & I, but we also had a 'special guest' on this hike, namely Tim's son David. Regular readers (as if!!!) will recall me mentioning David earlier in this blog; he's the fine young man who I've known all his life and, to ...
... so we abandoned boating and went shopping in Uxbridge. Among other things we needed something to drain the gearbox oil into, and we found some plastic jugs in Poundland. Our canopy is really helpful in bad weather, keeping the stern dry, and the wind out.
We tried out the coal inserts in our Morso Squirrel stove, and found they were just slightly too long.
That evening Hugo met a black and white cat on the towpath.
1 lock, 2 miles today ...
... camera to school for the day...
My last school day began with lots of t-shirt signings and excited exchanges of smiles which resulted in all the white tables of the new dining hall being littered with pen marks of every color imaginable.
Lessons, despite many teachers best efforts, were spent giggling over the awkward messages written by boys and trying to disguise the inappropriate images drawn ...