The Inn with the Well
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... bustle of Saturday shoppers in this transition town with a "climate commitment". Needless to say, I could only muse at the contrast between the "commitment" and the ardour with which the residents were tackling their weekend consumerism. And of course that in a nutshell is the great problem. The large majority want to cerate a better world with less destructive planetary practices and less waste, but we don't really want to give up ...
... are a gardener's dream and go on for miles and meander around the twists and turns of the RiverGlyme. We glimpse only a pittance, as the weather is not conducive to walking. We can see rain drops splash across the lake. It's more like a heavy mist that fails as we walk through the Sculpture garden at the back of the palace, with it's neatly trimmed hedges and formal Roman fountains amid statues of Roman Gods and Goddesses. Under the protection of our umbrellas we ...
... ice for her ankle and bandaged her knee up, told her to take ibuprofen and stay off it. She was good at following directions.
Pembroke had their first "BBQ" for dinner tonight - hamburgers, hotdogs, BBQ chicken, coleslaw, and ice cream. It was disgusting. No offense to Pembroke - I appreciate the attempt at a BBQ. But BBQs require things like seasoning, and decent meat, and grilling, and such. The hotdog was so nasty that I only ate half of ...
... so much of Boston. The headstones we could read were from the early 1800's. Most were unreadable.
There's a building like the shambles in York where the upper storeys jut out over the top of the lower storeys.
Morning tea for us was a quaint pub called The Crown in Oxford. Ducking down a covered alley, the courtyard sprang alive with outdoor settings and heaps of summer flowers. It was one of the original coaching inns of the area.
... to the Sorting Hat. I am sure many of you can just picture the childlike smile I had on my face! I am sure Oxford is a completely different experience when you are a student versus a tourist. It seems to be a place that has many treasures hidden inside the schools and libraries and side streets. I am glad we got to experience a taste of it at least. And who knows...maybe we even came out a wee bit smarter too.