Cycled to look at a folly at Clipsham. It is an avenue of over 150 yew trees some of which are over 200 years old. Emma wasn’t overly impressed but then maybe expectations were placed too high.
As an avenue of ancient yew trees it is impressive but it is not Disneyland.
It's been a funny old year and after some thought Andrew and Emma are off to see the world before it's too late. I was going to say before we are too old but in Emma's case that would be harsh.
We are doing a short tour of the UK and then we fly out to Australia for 6 months or so on the 1st September. Our best friends moved there earlier this year and we are going to buy a campervan and see as much as we can with them.
We are then heading to south east asia for a similar time and then on to India before returning to the UK for Xmas 2011.
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