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... before we descend into the suburbia of Dunstable and its near neighbour Luton. As we descend I find I've directed us into a housing estate which conjures up memories of my life as a child growing up in Balham. We find a friendly couple who confirm there is a path right through the estate leading to the centre of town along which we proceed. We have plenty of catching up to do here but late in the afternoon pay a respectful visit to the lovely old and ...
... our faculty and staff meeting at 7:15 even though Larry said he could get me out of it. As I was leaving Kelly told me she had heard form Erica that the urologist wants to keep the girl overnight and that they are still considering meds versus surgery. Erica was trying to convince the girl to stay overnight alone at the hospital, only because we are out of people to stay with her. Erica and Anne will need to come back, I was there for 11 hours today ...
... left side of the road, we also must avoid the masses of tourists and students who throng the streets. Best of all, the Vines is situated at the top of a very steep hill. Needless to say, 'pray without ceasing' has become my cycling mantra.
Friday was spent in continuous orientations receiving endless amounts of information. After swearing an oath to not burn down the library or steal any of the 11 million books currently stocked within ...
... move on to let the next person have a go. Somehow there is nothing which connects you to the artist quite so much as a drawing - you really feel his hand right there. That searching line as he tries to find the exact curve of a limb or a face... amazing.
In the evening, to the Eagle and Child pub, which is where Tolkein and CS Lewis, and others, used to meet to discuss literary matters; "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" was proofed there, ...
... spot where Bill Clinton "did not inhale".
There is a list of sites and pictures with their explanations so I will not list them all out here!
We took a break and walked around the Oxford Covered Market, which I of course loved. What is not to like about organic produce, real butcher shops, authentic street cuisine, and little boutiques. Markets are one of my favorite things about Europe.
However, we decided to ...