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So after a little worrying that nothing would come through....they did. The catalyst being an e-mail via the British Burns Association. Once that was sent out I received a few offers of places to visit; Galveston (Texas) and New York. Phew!
Additionally, I had a message from the Chairman of the Katie Piper Foundation asking whether I would like to contribute to the charity's own journal named the 'Journal of Burns, Scars and Healing', which is an exciting prospect. ...
... this was the morning that the wifi decided to play silly buggers and the iPad decided not to display any emails. Anyway we decide to risk it - we needed a car regardless. Off to Heathrow and we remember that while we aren't sure who we booked with, it was through Qantas so there are only really three options. Nope no booking ... Still not sure how it happened as we both remember sitting at the computer and doing it. Unfortunately we had to pay through the nose for the car. Oh ...
It was exciting northern Scotland going to Aberdeen, inverneness, Stirling,Dundee and the locks. TheLocks is where Nessie lives. We started off in Dundee and had loads of fun going go karting and then in Aberdeen we saw Jurassic park and for me it was the the best movie ever. In Inverness we just stayed their and searched for Nessie the next day and in Stirling just rested. We got to Nottingham 2 days ago and ready to go to ...
... Trust of Childhood Museum is located. This museum was a delight for all of us. For Traci and Nathan, it brought back memories of the toys that were fashionable when we were kids, such as the bionic man doll, Atari video game consoles, Hot Wheel cars etc… and those things were some of the more modern toys on display.
The museum was not just a toy museum but also had a wonderful display showing how a Victorian era school ...
Today we picked up our hire car. When we looked at our heap of luggage
in the boatyard, we decided against walking up to Stone station and
getting a train to Stoke and then making our way to our car. We took a
taxi all the way and it was worth every penny. We even found our way
back to Mansfield without any dramas despite not having much in the way
of maps and finding some of the road signs confusing.