The Hood Arms
Travel Blogs from Kilve
green beans, salad and potatoes. Delicious.
back onto the flying fox, into Berty and Jan and Jeremy took us to
Paignton to catch the train. The day was once again a bit murky so
the fantastic scenery was intermittent.
took us from the train to Wendover to the Five Bells Pub where we
were to stay for the next few days. Between three and four hours
driving in persistent rain. Ali ...
... organist was playing something vaguely the same but not. Oh my. Fortunately we were sitting in the back, so it was not too obviously, and by the time the hymn had finished they had pulled themselves together. I was reminded during our time there that whilst I felt like I was in a time warp, this still was God's house and God's people in this amazing place called the world. ...
... Regis to meet a friend of Sheree's who lives nearby, Becca. Lyme Regis is a great seaside town with rows of beach huts in different colours. It is famous for its fossils (tempting to make a Pete joke here). We walked/stumbled over rocks, stones and mud along the beach for quite a way until we came upon an ammonite graveyard. Hugely impressive and exiting and we even found some fossils. A fossil ...
... the distance I must confess I felt a bit emotional, but I had time to compose myself before we finally hugged and patted! Though not in that order, as Kimber bounded up to greet me first. Shame it was a week day so people who had been involved couldn’t be there too. Or that students from Ellesmere were not there. We’d tried to set this up for the original attempt which was to have finished on a Monday, but the teachers offering to do it and run the last ...
“I did tw....
“I’ve done 35. London, New York, Boston, blah, blah, blah, Calcutta, blah, Do you race?”
“Not since I ..”
“I race all the time. London, New York, Boston, blah, blah, blah, Calcutta, blah. You ever try these?” he asks pointing to the blue strips of physio tape on his legs
“No. But my daughter ....”
“They’re brilliant. I ...