Titchwell Manor Hotel
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... we stopped at a bubble-car museum that's been on TV a few times recently - it was shut, only open at the weekends, and then at Tattershall castle and the adjoining collegiate church of the holy trinity, dating from the 15th century. The castle now is just the two moats and a tower but is really impressive and the church is very plain and elegant with some original stained glass windows. When we got to Nats Finlay was fast asleep. ...
Since it's a holiday weekend I headed up to King's Lynn to pick up a few beer brewing supplies. Since it was on my way back I decided to make a quick solo stop at Oxburgh Hall, a beautiful moated manor house. It was quite enchanting! What a beautiful day! I wished that I had brought better shoes so that I could walk more of the grounds because they were simply lovely!
Oxburgh Hall ...
... a Manoeuvring Course, which he found very informative and helpful, returning with a certificate to decorate Pierre!
It has seemed very spacious living in a house for a few days and lovely to have a shower without thinking 'can I finish before the hot water runs out'! Jac & Mick have a lovely view in front of their home, very English, with the hay bales and trees around and they live in a typically English village and area. Wonder how much we will miss it?
... short line and the front player must play a length shot bouncing behind the short line.
Breakfast was simple for me. A bit of Shreddies and a crumpet with honey and tea. I was a bit anxious about eating but felt that this might be my true day of recovery.
We had a shorter hit at 10:30 until just noon. After the ladder warm-up, we played a conditional length game but the ball's first bounce was allowed to be in front of the short line. ...
... road to Binham, then on to Walsingham.
All is well to Binham, but, then, the road is closed, and we have to follow a signposted diversion, which takes us via Wells-next-the-Sea, we may as well have followed the sat-nav route!
Eventually, 30 miles later, we arrive at Walsingham.
Kathleen is not ...