Walking Eagle Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... exactly into place.
With the trailer in position and the measuring done, following numerous moves from one post to another and back to the other to get an accurate number, we started doing the labour of love that is digging holes. The first hole wasn’t too bad at all, in fact one might say one enjoyed it as the clay came out easily and we were down three feet before a twinge had even tweaked in my back. Unfortunately the ...
... remembering it’s the horizontal weaving, and warp is the vertical.
Once the yarn was cut into its necessary numbers, which had to total one-hundred-and-thirty-eight lines for the pattern to work, we could load it into the loom ready to start weaving, tying each strand as we did, unfortunately by that time it was nearly six and too late to start. We did have time to tighten the freshly threaded yarn around the ROUND THING along with a sheet of newspaper ...
... kilometre out from the house and had to make a run for it. Abby decided to herd me as I started running to avoid the rain, which meant I didn’t get too far without shouting ‘no’ whilst trying to keep my camera covered from the onslaught. I managed to get in before getting too drenched, but I later found a whopping eleven bites from some more of those pesky mosquitos that must have found a way in when I used my cardigan as an umbrella. ...
... called into action before we went any further with the digging, and I reached for the stars to pull down some tarpaulin for Linda, although I learnt what it must be like to be short when I found myself just inches away from the hook I needed to pull them off and had to stand on a box to reach it. Linda soon noticed the other side of the boards was on decking, thus providing the extra bit of height I needed to prove useful; a tip-toe reach and I was away, pulling at ...
... so many weeds?
Once the line was connected we were able to move the cows across the road to the left-hand field, but this was in no way a straightforward task. Not only did I manage to get the pony pegs tangled up, they hold up the electric wire, but I couldn‘t get the darn things on the line even when I did manage to free them from the muddle. Jane had said how important it was to get them on quickly because the cows ...