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... post it to us at Edenbridge once complete. Then went to tyre fitters to check out slow leak in tyre. Turned out to be "leaking" Tyre Dog sensor rather than tyre. Lunch by a park, where a local lass asked us if we had kangaroos in the Boomer! Then drove on to cousin Christine and her husband Chris at Bidford-on-Avon. Another night of reminiscing, over good food and wine, and looking at more family ...
... another visit. Folk busily shopping , late on a Sunday afternoon. Drove to Ombersley, to stay with Barbara, the wife of my late cousin John Mushen, who died in 2012. Her daughter Claire was there, with children Eva and Saul. Claire visited us, with another school teacher friend, in Mt Isa, years ago. Also there was Barbara's son, Michael, so we had a great catch up on the Ross/Mushen side of the family over dinner. Much admiring of The Boomer, of ...
... but there is enough still there, along with the remains that have been excavated in recent times, to give you a picture of what it must have looked like.
Finally we were in the village of Winchcombe (our model of Autosleeper), the capital of the Saxon kingdom of Mercia and one of the most important towns in the Cotswolds until the Middle Ages. We had a very scenic walk up to the top of a hill to 5,000-year-old Belas Knap, the ...
... I prepared earlier.
We visited the Abbey which is beautiful.
Here's a pic I scrounged.
I am now sitting in a hotel bistro in Cheltenham over the street from the stinky room I was moved to when the owner of the room I paid for three months ago called me, as I arrived, to advise she'd double booked, and that ...
... far due to the flatness of the land. Even pheasants are running across the
road in front of us. I feel like I'm in a Thomas Kinkade painting! Interesting tidbit: during WWII, many children were sent here from London where heavy bombing was taking place.
All of the villages were great, but there were a few very notable ones. Our favorite was Burton-on-the-Water, which is referred to as the Venice of the Cotswolds. There are lots of little shops that we ...