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... Dene and Paul was able to return some Austin auto parts and purchase some rare parts from the secretary of the auto collector’s club here in the UK. It was worth the drive down.
This area has tons of thatched-roof houses. The guy we were visiting had one. It just looks so cool!
We are staying the night in the closest town, Blandford Forum. This town of 11,000 has been an important market town since the ...
... to the roads we should drive around. It's an automatic response on his part to a society which is now dominated by car travel. I remind him that we are walking and looking for footpaths. It is as if he pulls back the shutters on a part of his memory which has fallen into disuse. his eyes light up and he very proficiently describes the series of footpaths that we should take leading from this suburban street to take us out of town. A younger person would ...
... cave which has the perfect temperature and humidity to store the cheese for a year whilst it matures. It's good cheese too.
Gough's Cave is really pretty. We didn't bother with an audio guide although I believe it's really informative, but we just wanted to take photos and head to Lyme Regis. The cave was discovered by Richard Gough in 1982 ...
... roads with white lines down the middle that are big enough for two vehicles going in opposite directions. She even threw in a couple of duel carriageways by way of an apology for nearly making me cry.
Right then. Cheddar Gorge. It's absolutely stunning here. Unfortunately, it's been wrapped ...
... where the boy’s body was found. It felt quite
strange to be walking around the area where the film was made.
West Bay had the usual boats all sitting on the sand at
odd angles. My friend was a graphic designer who I worked with at a London
publishers in the 1970s and she is now a well known contemporary quilter. She uses
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