Travelodge Towcester Silverstone
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... had joined the discussion and was intent on getting a more detailed briefing about the ley lines we were following and their paths through the local vicinity. Yet again we found common cause about the need for change in a society which now seems to be commonly acknowledged to be unsustainable. By the time we finally bid our farewells it was close to our normal departure time, approaching 10am. As we set off our first task was to retrace yesterday’s steps ...
... a boozy session at a decent pub in London. March the 4th was the date and we all turned up at a City institution, the Old Dr. Butler's Head near Moorgate, with origins dating back before the Great Fire of London in 1666. The original pub was destroyed in the Fire, but was rebuilt and been renovated many times since.
As for Dr. Butler he was a practicing physician, but was actually a fraud ...
... didn't really float my boat - seeing as I can feel a bit woozy up a ladder, I didn't really think that me and extreme altitude were likely to get along!!!
However, it got me thinking that I was up for a challenge of some sort, although ideally, nearer sea-level!! So, the Coast to Coast walk was born and off we trot at the back end of April. At the same time, I thought that this was a great opportunity to raise some funds for a small, but ...
... And, I got to go around in an anti-clockwise direction. I thought that was pretty cool. It's funny, the things that entertain us, isn't it?
So, after 7 weeks, 12 stops, and 1781 pictures I am ready to come home. Since this is my last entry before I leave, I just want to say I thought of each of you multiple times while I was wondering around, so you were all here with me in spirit. I'll see you all soon and thanks for reading along. Cheers!
... machine rumbles away, we just wanted to say how great it was to be able to post blogs to you all. As I’ve said before, you just didn’t seem so far away, and it’ll be even better to see you all in person - sooner rather than later, I hope.
Despite our best efforts, having failed to take the weather with us, I can recommend several fleeces, sun screen and an umbrella as useful alternatives.