Harestock Lodge Hotel
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... thrilled to sit front row upstairs in double decker but mystified by it not being red. Did the tourist trail in Winchester - cathedral, museum (where photo of girls in period garb is taken) and great hall. The cathedral contains the grave of Jane Austen who it turns out was born 16 December so Laura Jane chuffed about that. JA came to ...
... In the 1960s they became celebrities in their own right, being photographed by David Bailey and interviewed on television. The Kray twins became famous locally for their gang and the mayhem they caused. They narrowly avoided prison several times and in early 1952 they were called up for National Service. They deserted several times, each time being recaptured.It was during this period that Ron started to show the first signs of mental illness. He would refuse to eat, shave ...
Way back when, really years ago, when I was a single mom and my daughter was a cute little toddler, she was afraid of thunder and lightening storms, horribly afraid. I didn't want this to affect her in any way later in life. We were living in Houston, Texas at the time and there were plenty of thunder and lightening and rainstorms, practically every week some months. We also lived on a second floor apartment that looked out onto ...
Believe it or not, last night was our first night in the campervan and today was the first day it rained....all day. We have not had a chance to get up close and personal with Ellie yet, nor did we have any plates, cups, cutlery or food, so although we were absolutely stoked with the Rock and Roll bed which worked a treat, we couldn't even make a cup of tea this morning! Today was "sort yourselves out" ...
Crows REALLY don't like magpies
Sitting in our conservatory yesterday reading and watching all the activity in our garden. We have a couple of big crows that come in to eat whatever they like apparently and usually they like whatever the magpies are having. Although when there is food out for the badgers, the crows go for that. Yesterday I noticed that as soon as a magpie showed up ...