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Middleham is a centre of racehorse training and from 6 in the morning strings of racehorses were going under our bedroom window being taken up onto the moors for a run, and even just off the market square were stables with horses being trained. A few minutes walk up a path out of the market square in Middleham is Middleham castle. Originally a wooden ...
... using it as their main residence while William works as a pilot for East Anglian Air Ambulance.
On our way home, of course we dropped into another quaint English pub called the Rose and Crown for a drink before heading back home for a English BBQ. Not very different to ours but as the weather had cooled down we ate inside. Another late night but not quite as late as the night before.
The next day it was off to the beach at ...
... staff before the order was given to board. What followed was military precision loading operation with hundreds of motorcycles being swallowed by the ferry. Staff attended each bike and tied then down and we were required to slowly squeeze our way between the rows of bikes to find a way to the upper deck such was the tightness of how the bikes were loaded. We managed to find seats on the upper deck and set in for the three hour sailing whilst people watching the ...
... amp; Lauren did their teen version of Boston sightseeing. Millie & Abbey had a ball and got spoilt by Maddy, Tanita & Carroline.
It was a perfect way to spend out last day in Boston.
Thanks for the great memories!
... but then I was able to head away towards Long Sutton. About half way, feeling quite cold, I stopped in Holbeach for tea and victoria sponge cake. The very helpful lady in the café gave me a jug of cream just in case the cake was a bit dry, which it wasn't.
Refreshed I moved on with the wind less of a problem , as I was now going NW. I was puzzled that, despite the flat countryside, there were places called "...... Hill". ...