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... Barlands' shot. I had walked about 25 km and was thirsty and almost out of water and to make things worse I was at the base of the Dowdswell Dam which supplies water for the biggest town around. But no taps. Bad. I passed a fountain in the grounds of some grand manor house but still no tap. Worse. Then I come across this sign! Almost too much. But happy ending I found a cider. Everything looks better through cider eyes (so I put the last photo in for everyone except me!).
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OK, OK, OK. For those demanding more quiz questions (thanks Neil) here they are.
1. What thatch animal was (and still is) on the roof of a house in Stanton. It is not one of those included in the photos. Small cryptic clues are available upon email request.
2. What's the function of the LHS bit of this stile. No clues as this is an easy question.
3. What's the function ...
... seating and obviously both could sit there and watch you play. Even if they didn't watch the entire match (perhaps before you go out to bat) they could could go next door to the tennis Center and have a hit. Sure it's not Wimbledon but it must rank being so close to the SCG. The SCG has a magnificent surface (really) and it is mown and kept in playing condition. I've included a couple of shots of the pavilion.
Now you have something to set your sights on keep ...
... Worcester Golf Club. Lynne and I headed into town for a. Rose and afternoon tea. The boys had a great afternoon, and we met them at the club for drinks, then stayed on for dinner. After dinner we drove across town to the Farmers Arms pub for an evening drink and to give Brian a chance to see a genuine old pub. We've had a wonderful couple of days, and so very glad we came up hers. Greg and Lynne have gone out of their way to make it a very enjoyable ...
Writing this in YHA Oxford after my first leg. First the boring bit - 68 miles, about 3200 ft climb overall, one killer out of Wynchcombe into Cotswolds. Light rain there, after that dry-ish and warm-ish (a typical summers day). Should have been sponsored for number of potholes, Speak Easy would be rich by the time we got to Oxford ... The good news for Diane and Phil - hardly any busts ...