Rode over to Barnstaple, for the memories of my youth 🙂
Found a nice bowl of soup
Tavistock was an easy ride. No traffic. No need to look for twisties. All the roads are twisties!
Two days at a really nice BnB for a good rest.
Plymouth was a damp ride, that dried up as I did a walkabout
Panto was Ok, but a bit mean, and included swearing!?!?!
The Dolphin had good beer. Though I did have to walk past the Plymouth Gin distillery 😉
Next day saw me visit a little bit of Canada. The chapel where Simcoe is laid to rest
Then on to the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
With a nearby stay here
Did you spot the Haynes sign in the background? Yes. Here I am at the source of all those manuals that told you much of what you needed when working on a car. The books are now online and run out of the USA.
But there is a very nice museum around the corner.
Thence onto Barry’s. Where uncharacteristically I fell out of bed! I kid you not. Seems that every few years either Barry or I end up with a black eye. My turn……
Still. Eyes are good enough to enjoy a most EXCELLENT panto @ The Palladium
It was brilliant 🙂
And now it is Christmas morning.
You are all caught up.
My runny nose and cough are gone.
Here at the VSC they are taking excellent care of us.