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This morning it was back into Harvestor for a continental breakfast. It was a lot quieter today without "Thomas" and family. Ian phoned his Dad and brother fr their birthdays. We drove into town without the GPS navigator which was fairly easy as our hotel is on the London to Brighton road. It was blowing a gale when we parked on the seafront near the Brighton Pier. Nevertheless Jessamy and Amy wanted to walk along the pebble ...
... picturesque boats. Dave’s cousin Tim and
his wife Sue met us at the station with their labradoodle dog Tommy, and from
there it was an easy walk across the green to their house in Westgate. The
house was originally a farmhouse and dates from the late 16th
century. It fronts right onto the street but ...
... a two day long free festival was taking place.
The drive into Portsmouth was a quick one, something of a surprise because we have almost always hit traffic queues in the area before and we were soon parked a few minutes walk from the entrance to the waterfront area and with the sun threatening to shine a bit more we were starting to look forward to the afternoon. HMS Warrior is the first impressive boat that you encounter upon reaching the water's edge although ...
... cats again. Stimpy and Queenie had settled down happily to their new life, although as time went on it was obvious that age was beginning to take its toll. We couldn’t contemplate causing them upheaval in their twilight years. Sadly, Queenie died in April of this year, followed in September by Stimpy. We shed many tears over their passing but realised we were now free to take to the road again, while we ...
... not realised that secret agents had been trained in this area during WW2. SOE means Special Operations Executive but it was also suggested it referred to the Stately Omes of England because so many of them were used as training sites. There were 11 in this area, including Beaulieu itself, and agents at one house were unaware of the existence of the others. Locals did not know what the houses were being used for either. Over 3000 agents from 15 countries were ...