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Left Tewkesbury for nearby Malvern, the town where the Morgan Car Company has been making bespoke motor vehicles for over 60 years. The chassis and frames are made on site and then donor engines, gearboxes and drivetrains are added, also in the original factory.
I had ordered one of the 3-wheelers, but unfortunately, none were available. Actually fortunately because after squeezing into a roadster, I don't think the ...
... where we visited a tea shop and also St Mary's Church which dates back to about 1190. Unfortunately, we just missed a ceremony celebrating the opening of the Michaelmas Term of the High Court in Stafford. This is apparently to do with the Office of the High Sheriff which can be traced back more than 1000 years to the reign of a Saxon King. The service had finished only about an hour before we arrived and ...
... and the tour through the great hall explaining the suits of armour, swords etc have both Tomi and Neo mesmerised. Headed outside in time for the archery show which was fantastic. The history of the English longbow, which actually came from Wales, was interesting and the actual archery was impressive. The wandering carries on with some very cool photo opportunities, the weather has cleared up and as we head to the bottom of the castle grounds ...
Since this is a rental house and not a B&B, we had to make our own breakfast today. No use posting photos of cereal, toast and hard boiled eggs. And Meghan, no bacon today. It was much cooler today than yesterday. We walked to a church about 10 minutes away to attend their 9:30 service. It was a very nice service and the people were very kind to us. After church we headed off to Sudeley Castle. The drive there was crazy, fun, beautiful, etc. it was my turn to ...
... erecting lot from the pub. I find this group the most daunting and would find it hard to keep up a conversation though I've managed it --with difficulty-- in the past.
Usually they see me as an object of ridicule. Memories of Revesby Workers' Club come shudderingly to mind.
Secondly, there's the cashmere cardigan sort (ladies) and neat trousers and checked shirt and tie (men) who seem to predominate here.
They are seen in all 'normal', everyday venues ...