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... down to Abingdon.
We disposed of our rubbish at Abingdon Lock, but did not empty cassettes or fill up with water as we considered we could do that at Days Lock.
We moored at the recreation ground, where we know dogs are not allowed, and were surprised to see a Staffie in the boat in front as we hammered in the mooring pins. After a comment we made, the lady skipper moved off and moored on the opposite bank, just as the man in the boat behind us returned ...
... n their way and I hit the shops again. Woo hoo! I also popped into the church right near the castle to have a look around and to spend some time in prayer. It was very old, the oldest church in Windsor. It was also very peaceful and I came away feeling refreshed of spirit. I bit the bullet and bought myself one of the wonderful rugs that I've been eying off at a shop and it had been reduced so I scored a bargain. Go me! It was time t head home so I ...
... out (it didn't have many zlotys on it, and phoning England from Poland apparently takes a lot of zlotys). We decided to wait a day and try again, but the same thing happened the next day, and we were running out of time for the discounted price. Joe wrote to his father (who was planning to go in on the tickets as a gift for Sage) and asked if he'd be willing to purchase the tickets and let us pay him back. ...
Such a bad day filled with nothing but bad luck. Windsor. A beautiful town! Another place I wish I had stayed at to explore. This was our first stop on the tour and we only had 1 1/2hrs to go to Windsor Castle. First of the bad luck was it started to absolutely pour down as soon as we got off the bus. Second, because of the rain they cancelled the changing of the guard ceremony. Third, the line to get into Queen Mary's Dollhouse and the ...
... to see at the feeder, although it will probably be several days before any birds find the food!
We have a schedule developing for our time in NS. I want to have plenty of time for just exploring the bay, beach and woods where we are staying (this will give me the opportunity for bird and critter watching) but also to do specific trips. Mostly the plan allows for 2 days of specific activities followed by 1 chill-out ...