We all stopped the night at The White Horse Inn.
...and also got slightly rollocked by the waitress for eating our own monkey nuts! Oops
Take that any way you wish - LOL
Check out this old door I found round the corner from the pub.
What a lovely knocker :]
The town had lots of character and history, including it's own castle!
The toilet in my room was fitted with a macerator and stuck to the cistern was this ambiguous label...
Please do not dispose of the following items [anti-clockwise]:
2. Broken rolling pins
3. Half finished works of origami
5. Candy sweet lips
6. Pairs of oars
7. Miniature Roman arenas
(A little specific one may presume, but rules are rules I guess)
The next morning - All geared up and ready to take on a 10 miler!
It was bitterly cold and ice clung to everything
A frozen fence
Razor blades of ice on a thorn bush
Funky patterns in a frozen puddle
Some of the walk followed Offa's Dyke* (the ridge on the right side).
A 1200 year old, 177 mile long line of historic defence!!!
[* Huh huh huh, I said 'dyke']
Looks like one of these moles has learned the art of fortification.
Now that's impressive! :0]
One man and his dog - A fab carving I found along the way
Holly bush with berries - Relatively rare round these parts
A sheepy hill, "Baaaaaaaaaaaaah"
Today, I'm Most Angry About: Having to spend £99.99 on a new car battery :[
Grrr-O-Meter Rating: 3/10
Today's Top Tip: Sharing accommodation? Take a picture of yourself naked and looking surprised then pin it to the bathroom door.
That way, if anyone bursts in on you, they won't get such a shocking surprise.