The Granary Hotel and Restaurant
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... even I was impressed.
You can find them with the Quakers too. In fact all the churches I'd dare to say.
When we did a walk last Sunday that took us by Broad Campden, we saw a sign about tea and cake at the meeting house.
So as we are very drawn to Quakers, we found the place and along with a few others who turned up, all very interesting and knowledgeable about Quakerism and how it hasn't flourished in the same way as off-the-planet Mormonism in America ...
2 days to go!
Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...
... blooming in random spots. Unfortunately we were unable to catch up with Emma, Julian and the children as they are away on the school holidays.
Our trip from Scotland took us past the Falkirk Wheel, the largest boat lift in the world which is used to connect the Union Canal with the Forth and Clyde Canal. The wheel replaces 11 locks and raises (or lowers) boats over a distance of 24m. We were fortunate to see the wheel in operation and it is ...
... Kidderminster and took the chance of going to the train station, on the off chance, we might see her and we are glad we did. We were just in time to see her give a speech and unveil a plaque commemorating 60 years of the Severn Preservation Society. Traci was over the moon and Nathan quite relieved, as a load had been lifted from his shoulders, as he had a bit of pressure on him to track down a Royal for Traci. ...
... to, but it a lovely interpretation of the classic English garden room style and has some wonderfully fanciful brick towers and constructions. Our route back to Ludlow takes us to Stourport-on-Severn, where the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal joins into the Severn River. This was such an important transport link during the Industrial Revolution, ...