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UK 2011

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On the flight from Dallas Fort Worth to Springfield (365:196). UK June 2011 – Day 31. It was a long day. Two-minute read, 2 pictures

Ginger and Gary on the beach (365:195) – UK June 2011 – Day 30. Out of focus? Possibly, but if it is, tough. Two-minute read

Oh dear! (365:194) – UK June 2011 – Day 29. What a truly appalling picture. One-minute read, 3 pictures

Photo-lethargy strikes yet again (365:193) – UK June 2011 – Day 28. Yet more curry! We spent the day buying gifts and stuff to take back with us – including a trip to Gilbert’s sweet shop, which someone had told me, erroneously as it transpired, had closed. One-minute read, 2 pictures

Late at night sitting on my brother’s kitchen floor (365:191) – UK June 2011 – Day 26. Last week we were Scottish Episcopalians, this week we reverted to CofE, and made a final visit to St Margaret’s. Where (if you’ve been paying attention) I was Christened, as were my two sons, and my brother. I and my brother got married there, and both my parents’ funerals were held there. Two-minute read, 3 pictures

A full day's driving, a walk on the beach, beer and fish and chips take their toll

A full day’s driving, a walk on the beach, beer and fish and chips take their toll – UK June 2011 – Day 24. Destination – the chalk cliffs of Hunstanton. Two-minute read, 5 pictures

A photograph in which I appear to have a foot protruding from the back of my head. The foot does not belong to me. (365:188) – UK June 2011 – Day 23. The presence of said foot probably explains the stupid grin I have. Two-minute read, 5 pictures

The Royal Garden Chinese Restaurant – Berwick-Upon-Tweed (365:187) – UK June 2011 – Day 22. Today we said goodbye to Scotland and headed South. One-minute read, 5 pictures

Gary and Ginger in the tent camped beside Loch Rannoch (365:186) – UK June 2011 – Day 21. The plan was to go backpacking in the Cairngorms. One-minute read

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