Travelodge Towcester Silverstone
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The senior moment(s) lasted well and I suppose we could claim it was restful.
More rainy deluges through the night and the morning TV offered no respite from the inbound fronts! A casual "We could cut our losses and go home" was swiftly agreed on and after a remnants' breakfast we packed with unrecognisable fervour, ready to hit the rain-sodden road as quickly as possible. Now we were driven by the urgency of avoiding Friday night motorway chaos!
G n S opted for ...
... artery. It’s in constant use by dragonflies, damselflies, moor hens and kingfishers. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a clearer healthier stretch of water and we can relate to the perky young swans and ducks who seem happy to accompany us. All in all this is a truly delightful way to finish our walk for the day. And what greater welcome could we receive arriving crossing fields from the canal to the Church of St. Mary the Virgin at Weston Turville, than ...
... Bush Turkeys and tame ducks. Meal out
Tuesday 25th March Sawtell Beach to Nelson Bay 391km
Signs of autumn, cooler but still 24c, no wind. 5hour drive, decent site to finish on. Site life, rabbits and parakeets. Great restaurant on Nelson Little Beach with panoramic view, ate there all 3 nights.
Wednesday 26th March Nelson Bay
Overcast, cloudy and some rain. Jane unwell and visit to doctor needed, ...
... foot with a number of really boggy fields - poor Mie was wearing a pair of borrowed hiking shoes, half a size too big and the mud was trying to suck my boots off, so how she coped Lord knows! Still, we made it just before the heavens opened with a massive rain and hail thunderstorm - we were forced to shelter in the village pub!!
A tiring weekend, certainly not relaxing, but well worth it and legs felt pretty good afterwards!
... once we got on the motorway, we had a chance to open things up a bit. Dejo navigated expertly, and I just followed directions. That morning, I had grabbed sandwiches, crisps & drinks at Tesco, which we ate on the road. We had tickets for the 3:00 Harry Potter studio tour at Leavesden studios. I had been prepared to spend about 3 hours in there, and though I could have spent about 6, we made it through ...