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... been ignored. Inspector Barnaby would not have been impressed - but then the officer was very nice and even dropped around to the house the next day to tell us that the recovery vehicle might come around to ask us where the van was located.
Next week we'll be leaving the country estate for a much humbler abode - with a 3-day R and R break in the Cotswolds with no animals to care for in between.
... s just some cute/quirky british thing... Then realizing that, nope there is a very valid reason for that name! -hanging out with my lovely friends from Brazil -visiting with the locals, the lovely lady at the juice bar, joking around with some of the staff on the HMS Belfast. Visiting with Matt who tried to talk me into signing up for a paintball league, and then chatting about our ...
... of French students on a field trip trapped her in.
We then went to Devil's Dyke right outside of Brighton where you can see for 60 miles on a clear day. We had a bit of trouble finding it and pulled over because we saw a car sitting there. The man in the car was startled as Harriet ran full speed at him, barefoot and crazy (I'd be scared too...) and started to drive away! Sarah and I started waving our hands out the window to ...
... repair before they 'float' away and collapse.
6. The template for the hob was ignored, and the cook top will not fit into the cut out.
7. The Main bathroom floor is orientated so the water flows away from the drain.
8. The flat concrete roof leaks in two places, causing water to pour through one of the light fittings
9. The Main CR ceiling has area open so the exterior wall can be seen.
10. Balcony railing is welded but unfinished, with ...
... Italian bistro in Turo along the away for dinner. What we saw of Turo, Cornwalls only city, looked really lovely, the old streets were narrow and quiet, and there was a heavily european feel about the place, although it way probably only looking subdued because it was a Bank Holiday. We arrived at 'The Watch House', Rosie and Jo's holiday home, just in time to put Marley to bed. They bought the house in 1999 and spent the following 3 ...