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... store. I may have mentioned this in a previous post, but I don't care. I love my new cup and burner. Man want fire, man have fire! Hmmmph (initiate caveman grunt)!
July Fourth was a huge letdown and I realized how much I missed America at that point in time. I stared at Facebook for hours thinking about what I could have accomplished on a financial status, but mores on a fun status with my beach cruiser, ‘Merica sunglasses, and a Flag speckled getup that would make ...
Lattendales Guest house is just as we remember it from staying here 25 years ago - we booked it out of nostalgia but it's still an excellent B&B with Doreen and Mike being great hosts. It would have been rude not to have the full English breakfast which set us up for the day inc fried bread and Cumberland sausage! We decided to try and make a local church service and the little Methodist service within the shared church hall (with the Anglicans) at 9.30 was ...
... point where our rests time was almost as long as our cycling time. Graham nearly fell asleep in the chair whilst cooking his legs in the sun (photo attached). Debbie got all excited about the chocolate factory and we all waited to see the most powerful steam train in the world - Tornado, newly built from scratch with old plans. To top it off Graham's navigation was perfect as usual and I learnt another top tip from Graham "put sun cream on before you go out in the ...
... years. St Bee’s Priory, built in the 13th century, sits on the edge of the village and in 1998 a grave was unearthed and inside were the intact remains of a man who had died 700 years ago. The conditions inside his lead coffin were such that the fatty tissue in his body acted as a sort of preservative. He still had all the skin and hair on his body and his eyes were not decomposed either. There were some fascinating ...
... the middle although we have talked about doing it. St Bee’s Priory, built in the 13th century, sits on the edge of the village. It was here, in 1998 that a grave was unearthed and inside were the intact remains of a man who had died 700 years ago. The conditions inside his lead coffin were such that the fatty tissue in his body acted as a sort of preservative. He still had all the skin and hair on his body and his eyes were not ...
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