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... Hollow and the home of the poet who penned Twinkle Twinkle Little Star), Bury St. Edmunds (birthplace of Bob Hoskins and home of the aforementioned Nutshell and Greene King) and Hawkedon (site of Luke and Lucy's wedding reception)! It was a sad farewell but the knowledge that we will see everyone again soon eases a bit of the sting.
Off to Scotland for Seth and I and home for Mom and Dad.
... the two currents of energy that we had tracked across the dragon haunted landscape for the last two and a half years. We had come full circle, and were at the end of a quest that had irrevocably changed both our lives. We had become aware that the earth responds to an awakening recognition of its being. Such changed were detectable on one level by dowsing, as the local field and its currents strengthened and developed. The energies of the Michael line had ...
So we made it! The car did what was asked of it, and we made it back to Colchester last evening at 9.35pm to a wonderful reception by friends, having been met off the ferry by Danny, a good friend and key support to making the car work. I have been impressed on many levels by the experiences of this holiday. The way Oscar has grown in confidence, the way Lina has overcome many challenges before and during ...
... capital of Britain. Colchester and the White Tower in London were built to much the same plan, both with an apsidal extension, although Colchester's corner turrets are more pronounced and its main staircase is the largest diameter newel staircase in Britain, measuring 5m (16ft) across. It is thought that the castle was originally single-storey , as it is still possible to see traces of crenellations in the wall. It could be that during construction it was required to ...
... br> Reunited with a certain Mr Sparkes, who no doubt was smirking that he had decided to jump ship back in India.
Sounds unbelievable ? Why not travel to Coventry Transport Museum and when no one is looking, reach forward and touch his bike, it's the least we owe him. In the sidecar he carried tins of petrol, oil, fuel, food, blankets and spare parts. On the pillion was fitted a vice for roadside repairs.