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Yet another sunny day....who said it always rains in England! Perhaps I had better keep quiet or it might change! We left our wheat field near Chichester and headed off towards the New Forest which is not new at all as it was created as a royal forest by William l in about 1079 for the royal hunt, mainly of deer. It was created at the expense of more than 20 small hamlets and isolated farmsteads hence it was a 'new' compact area in ...
... was scheduled to depart and made it just fine. After the embarkation process, we were aboard the Ruby Princess and set to sail Great Britain and Ireland. Cruising in general is fun but cruising in Europe is even more so. Richard and I like to use a cruise in Europe as a tool - if we discover a port we really like, we make a point to put that location on a future vacation plan. My favorite part about cruising in Europe ...
... I invested in new brakes. Spillers Farm, the B&B for the night was a short way along the main road. The owners, Bridget and Keith, had moved from London to run the 13acre farm and are self sufficient in fruit and veg, also from the sheep, chickens and Gloucester Old Spot pigs--no pigs there at present. They make their own sausages, etc and are probably influenced by the nearby River Cottage of TV fame. The strong head wind and hills took their toll and I was early to ...
Well here we go. Spent the day
yesterday at St Michaels Monastery in France. It was a 3 hour bus
ride from the dock at La Havre. What an amazing structure. It
started being built in 900 AD. It was rebuilt and repaired a few
times. They built the structure on an island. So this place was
only accessible when the tide was out. It was surrounded by water
and quick sand. Treacherous was a good word for it. I would think
that you would need ...
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