The Sharnbrook Hotel
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... in the church hall and Morris dancers outside it.
The best scarecrow, in my opinion, was the Elmer the Elephant with a round furry blue monster on his back. Apparently Elmer is 25 this year! I also really liked the row of Pac-Man scarecrows and the Toad of Toad Hall scarecrow in his (real) motor car.
As well as walking the streets looking at creative scarecrows, ...
... the kids managed to procure all manner of goodies from Nan) then we said goodbye to Gwennie and I took over the driving at a more leisurely pace as I didn't want to sit for hours at Luton and so far there had been no delays. Everyone slept apart from Tom who did a brilliant job at keeping me awake and got us to the drop off point at Luton at around 3am. Jake then left for Stansted to collect Emilie.
... the Himalayas and many, many more.
So, who are this team and what special skills do they each bring to this mighty expedition, I hear you say? Well, there's me, of course. A man who always has a spreadsheet handy, perfect for analysing which dodgy bit of the trail to choose next. I elected myself Head Hiker in a moment of pure egotism. Basically, I'm a control freak!
Then there's Steve ...
... several people coming to find out about us. Graham, the speaker, got everyone to pray for us and for the mission. Worship was good (including several Matt Redman songs) and the talk was based on Psalm 126: If we have laughter and songs of joy, the world will see that the Lord has done great things for us. (My paraphrase).
We then went to the Fisheries Inn for Sunday lunch, which was very good. We also phoned Mick and discovered how to fill the central heating ...
... 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 ...