There’s lots I’d like to do, places to go, things to see. So what’s stopping me?
My good friend Charmaine and I took a day trip to Lincoln today (I needed some camera practice – still do). Here’s a selection of some that I took from the walk around the castle wall.
A figure-of-eight loop from my hotel, north through the gardens near the Library, across to the Park, back via the Cathedral and down into Grand’Place.
Best. Holiday. Ever? Certainly the cheapest!
Camp tomorrow! My first-ever Summer Camp, this one’s at RAF Marham. I have no idea what to expect, though the two tame Squadron Leaders of my acquaintance have done their best to scare me.
I won’t be able to make any posts form there though, it sounds like a bit of an IT wilderness! Not even sure if I’ll get a mobile phone signal.
The place I’ve been waiting to revisit ever since we arrived – at last!
In Canada, the ubiquitous, local coffee establishment of choice is Tim Horton’s. It would be rude not to.
Today is Labour Day in Canada (and the US, but they nicked the idea from Oop North). As such, everything is shut; malls, coffee-houses, you name it and you can’t buy it (well, not easily).
If this was a UK Bank Holiday (like last week), we’d all be at Meadowhall or B&Q. And I’d be writing my postcards, drinking coffee and buying cheap electronic accessories.
First day out for a proper look at the sights. Sometimes, sites.
The in-flight information screen and I had a difference of opinion.
Sharing the departure lounge with a man famous enough that even my poorly mum managed to recognise him.
Time to come home. You know you have to.
I do like this hotel but it does have its quirks.
An afternoon wandering around Grand Place in Brussels.
The tourist has landed – for a few days, anyway.