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... t a pretty job. some of them were rather chewed before they dropped. I am thinking this is also why those 12 branches managed to sprout upwards when everything around them was trimmed. They were just too hard to reach.
But we did it! Our view is back. And I am out of the holly with not too many scratches and scraps. I only hope we cut them enough that we don't have to do a repeat performance next winter.
... very cool and is the picture on the front of my HP Sauce), the Waterloo train station, buskers, and finally, home for a football match on TV between Newcastle (Paul's team) and Everton. Whew! Excellent day! Great weather again! Awesome visit to the UK with Paul and Lynn. Heading to Heathrow airport tomorrow morning for our flight back to Vancouver. What a ...
... trip is something that Matt and I have been wanting to do for years, but at 7, 5 and 3, the children didn't really have much idea what it would be all about, and didn't have a great deal of choice! We have left the only country they really remember, left their school, left their friends behind, all their possessions are somewhere in the sky, and we are currently pretty rootless. Each time someone asked where we were from, they hesitated for a bit, ...
Today was a rest day, just to give my knee a much needed sit around and do nothing. We did however go in to church in London. Not any part of London that I recognized from my swanning yesterday but they assure me that it was where we were. David and Jo to to C3 London which meets in a movie theatre. This is really cool as the screen for the words of the songs is really close. Not that you need to read ...
... a visit to St. George's Chapel and quintessential photo op with a Royal Guard, we explored the town for a few minutes then settled into the Horse and Groom pub for roasts and pints. After lunch we decided to take the next train to avoid the mass exodus that was sure to ensue for the last train of the evening. Upon arrival back at Paddington, Rufio and I picked up a Paddington bear toy and book for our goddaughter while my mom purchased a "Mind the ...