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... br> Ian tells me we have some of his work friends from Belgium following our travels on this Blog. Feel free to make some comments everyone!
2 more sleeps in my own bed then, before I start having to share with one of The Chuckle Brothers. Must remember to pack my Chastity Belt!
I think we are all ready to go now. All looking forward to our Trip - it should be a good 10 days.
... gone off to the pub opposite for lunch and had done the same thing the day before and gone off for four hours, a definite No No for a boater. This could well have been the person responsible for leaving the lock gates open.
We set to, preparing to fill our tank and after about 10 minutes, the owner of the miss - moored boat returned. He chatted to Hazel in a very friendly way saying, "go ahead, carry on what you're
doing". Hazel ...
... see the dragonfly at the centre of the maze. We made it!!! The buildings and surrounds so beautiful - the weather, well english I guess!!
Through Upper and Lower Slaughter and onto Stow-on-the-wold (known for the gypsy horse markets later in the year) for a cuppa before supper and cinema in Northhampton.
Rugged up this morning for a walk in the fields and onto lunch at the local pub.
Great time in the village with Rob and Gwen. ...
... of far away exotic places, which in consequence teases more money from our pockets and blows wide open the new well intentioned thrift policy. Never mind it switches the light on at the end of the tunnel, energises and mitigates the January blues. For us it is no different and coupled with our unquenchable desire to travel the debilitating symptoms of Dromomania have by now firmly taken hold and better late than never (in terms of ...
... of Bourneville for themselves and their employees. At that time England was in the middle of the industrial revolution and the workers were paid little and lived in terrible, cramped tenements. Children went to work very young and few were educated. The Cadbury’s paid better wages, provided schools, recreation centers and playing fields, housing and churches. They put the town in a trust to ensure that their values would ...