The Upper Reaches Hotel
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... of Central London - both above and under ground. The chickens had now come home to roost. With my engineer in tow, a surprise for John was arranged and boy o boy did Martin go to town on that aspect. Train to town at 8.00am then we join the other 700 trillion punters on the tube going to work. Meet up with Martin, chat with nearly every employee in the complex then kitted up with hard hat and standard issue yellow vest and steel cap boots we are off to tour sites. Firstly ...
... they would not get their next course until they did listen]. Upon listening we were immediately immersed into the world of the sea. Seagulls calling, waves crashing against the sand, the sea rolling in. Once we had listened for a while our next course was presented and it was a visual masterpiece! The dish was served on a wooden box with a glass top, inside the box was stunning sand and then on top was another suspended plate of glass and then a perfect vision of the sea washed up on ...
... of Oxford and after a failed attempt to visit to the Natural History museum, which was about to close, we went to the Ashmolean museum, filled with great artifacts from Greeks, Egyptians, Romans and medieval Europe times. We focused on the England room. After touring Oxford all day, we went back to Abington for a bit of groceries and we had supper consisting of cold cuts, wine and ...
... and had no spices to make them more interesting and palatable).
Had it not been for Mark, there were times when I seriously considered leaving here. Mark was fabulous. He lived on site in a shed that he had rigged up with power from solar panels and a woodburning stove and cooked me some wonderful meals on the last few nights, which we washed down with beer and grumbles about Anthea! His talents were being seriously underused and his ideas and work were ...
... and friends and seeing to the final bits and bobs.
The adventure begins on 26th July when we leave our house and travel to Abingdon, Oxon for a rally with our local club the Friends Caravan Club (FCC) from there it's back to Farnham, then up to York.
I will update and upload pictures as we go along in the meantime I have uploaded a picture of the car and van at this years Upton Jazz ...