Sunday, 2 May 2010

Sunday at Foxton

No plans to move.  Eventually discovered time of Sunday service and also booked for lunch at the Black Horse.

The weather has turned incredibly cold.  Yesterday I was sitting outside in shorts, today it is like the Arctic and winter woolies are the order of the day.

Yesterday Boe duly arrived having borrowed our little car from brother Giles, so I ventured to Sainsburys in Market Harborough.  She then departed to visit friends in Leicester for the night and we met friends Fran & Keith for a meal in the Foxton Locks pub.  Whilst Geoff walked back to Petroc they gave me a lift to the bridge at the top and I left behind the first of this years umbrellas in their car.....we normally lose several a season!

Church was family service and we had a warm welcome.  We were also greeted by a lady who asked if we were from Cornwall and when she introduced herself she turned out to be Paddy, the sister of one of Geoff's Probus mates, Tony Hackett.  Small world.

Boe made it back in time for the late lunch we had booked at the Black Horse which was excellent.

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