Upton Farm Cottages
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... of the assistants and monsters, and of course Daleks. When we finally managed to extract Jo-Ann and Tristan from the inevitable shop, we discovered that it was raining for the walk back to the car. Ian offered to walk back, as he had his wet weather gear in his backpack, while the others went to Subway for lunch.
From Cardiff we drove to Bath to pick up Jo-Ann;s credit card she had left in a store previously. We dropped her off near the Abbey ...
... it. There are lots of interesting birds on the Fleet and I was amazed to see a flock of several hundred coots (normally I see them in very small numbers), lots of Brent geese and some shoveller ducks. I am sure there are many other species but I am not wise enough to recognise them. The site is an 8 mile walk from Weymouth and the other day when the weather was lovely I set off with optimism but eventually my legs told me not to be silly so I caught a ...
... that we barely managed to get a seat and we were early. The acoustics were fabulous which made the choir boys voices sound so pure it sent shivers up our spines. A truly wonderful and moving experience! Not having had enough we decided to go to the little village church here in Fifehead and sang carols along with 80 others, packed into the pews, more mulled wine and warm mince tarts. We like their customs! A walk back by flashlight rounded out our ...
... way. There were roasted chestnuts to buy and kiddies toasting large marshmallows at fire pits and a carousel that WAS NOT a bar this time, although we could have used a drink after such a long day. We certainly were feeling in the Christmas Spirit after our evening at Kew Gardens. Oh,... and the stinky cheese in our backpack; it survived the day, firmed up in the fridge and caused us no problems:) ...
... of wi-fi we watched another film on DVD in the evening.
Friday..was moving day..all of 2 pitches! We had originally thought of going to a pub for the night, but the wardens offered us a grass pitch that had become available, so we opted to stay another night. Once we had sorted ourselves out, we just went for a wander along to the village for a newspaper and some mushrooms to go in the casserole for dinner, then back to read our books.