Monthly Archives: July 2011

I am the God of Hellfire

For the first time in my 42 years I have set foot on Cornish soil and it feels good. The journey here appeared to be going too well with the traffic leaving Cornwall a lot heavier than that heading into … Continue reading

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The Bells. The Bells

It’s official – we have Kennel Cough. Well not me personally but the 2 hounds of hell. After a hellish night with Timmy hacking away like he had a 60 Camel fags a day habit I would have paid the Vet … Continue reading

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You Couldn’t Make This S**t Up!

Well my 130 mile/2 and a half journey from Winchester to Exeter was just the best ever. In fact at one point I thought I’d taken the wrong turning and found myself in Afghanistan. Just outside Andover I had to … Continue reading

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Thou shouldst be for all ladies and fight for their quarrels

I don’t think I have ever been so in awe and dumbstruck as I was today when I stood below the Round Table in Winchester’s Great Hall. I’m sure my old history teacher Mr Collins would be proud that I’m … Continue reading

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Geronimo!

We left sunny Littlehampton and headed west for Winchester and the Caravan Club’s Morn Hill site with a little apprehension after I’d read on a MH forum that the wardens were like Nazi’s. Thankfully my satnav behaved itself this time, not … Continue reading

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I do like to stroll upon the Prom, Prom, Prom!

‘Come to Worthing’ was an invite I couldn’t really refuse. The fact that I was visiting friends of my parents who last saw me at the tender age of 2 when I was a Bridesmaid and wearing a lemon frock and … Continue reading

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What a Dummy

Ah Arundel in the rain. A brisk walk up hill to see the Cathedral only to find it closed due to the rather large crane parked outside which was in the process of lifting 2 huge sections of spire into … Continue reading

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