The Shears Inn
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... and I had a bite in the inn's dining room and turned in early.
Today is 9/11 and it seems kind of weird not to hear or see anything about it. Not that the British don’t take note of the anniversary, but we were out and about or on the road all day, have not had the radio on and no TV in several days. We do remember and honor those people who lost their lives and their families as well. ...
... popped out to pick blackberries and her phone was not working properly!
We decided to go for a walk before dinner and enjoyed a stroll along the tow path next to the Thames, watching lots of rowers practicing up and down the river, before retuning to Dizzy's cosy home for dinner and a chat.
Technically Portsmouth is on an island, the only major city in the UK to be so. This really reflects the amount of water surrounding ...
... all done. At this point I've finished everything I can finish. All I have left are the Week 1 calendars and the Meet the Faculty photo page, which I can't start work on until I have all the faculty photos, which I can't get until tonight at our faculty reception. That actually starts in about 10 minutes, so I'll have to sign off now and skeedaddle over to the reception hall. We got ...
... of a pint.
We headed back home for some lunch, then went to Honeystreet to the Barge Inn to see the crop circles information, and then to Devizes to see the Caen Hill Locks. At least, that was the intention. Even with Satnav I managed to get us thoroughly lost and we ended up circling the town for 40 minutes. However, I eventually managed to find the right thing to ...
... They asked where we were staying
and then said we could camp on the flat grassy area behind the bar.
Perfect! We went for dinner to the pub at the top of the town, and
it was quite the contrast to our first stop – gorgeous fancy place
with locally sourced food and drinks. We enjoyed an incredibly tasty
meal by the most beautiful fireplace.
Two of our hiking-mates went to bed,
but Alex, Ellie (who is Alex's closest friend ...