The White Hart
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... Losing everything! All the valuable artifacts and furnishings were sold at a low profit. The land got sold off and the house began to deteriorate. On the 11th of May 1923, the house was opened as a school by J. F. Roxburgh, initially with 99 schoolboys. It was supposed to be 100 but 1 boy was sick. It was in terrible condition with only one bath for all 99 boys. However, with its innovative vision and forward thinking headmaster, Stowe began to gain pupils and very soon had a ...
... back to the B&B!!!
And that's where we are now - quite a day - it was wonderful to be at the University of Oxford. We never really thought we would get to see it and we are so glad we did!
Up next tomorrow is a longer drive - we hit Warwick Castle, Chatworth and Lyme Park... some good Pride and Prejudice stops along the way...All the way to Liverpool!!!
... and confident, there are points when I realize how a big part of them is still a kid who is scared and insecure and just wants someone to take care of them. Maybe that makes me a bad dean, but too late to wonder about that now.
After she left I went back to my own bed, then got woken up at 7AM for a college-wide fire drill. Good times. After the drill I went back to bed a finally slept for about 3 hours. Thankfully today was my day off, so I took ...
So wherearewenow - after 12 months in 13 countries, over 40,300 miles traveled, 83 blog posts, 2145 photos taken, and only 1 bus crash - we are home.
What a strange feeling to come back, I think we were both ready for some normality, but that won't last long I am sure! At least we will always have this blog to read ...
... Maybe she thought we would egg the house; I don't know. We did find out that the polo club that Prince Charles plays at is in Cirencester Park, so maybe that's one of the reasons for the extremely tall hedge and intense privacy.
We decided we'd walk the grounds since they appeared to be so special, so we headed towards the huge wall. On the way, we passed Cirencester College, which looked like a small medieval castle. Next to it was the massive black and ...