Monthly Archives: July 2011

Phone Frustrations

Holly does a wonderful job of describing our various adventures, but they all come out sounding like we’re chasing rainbows through fields of daisies every day. Stay tuned for some posts about what life with a pair of travel weary … Continue reading

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A Visitor

We had a visitor today in our back garden. This pretty black cat spent the afternoon with us, watching, napping, saying hello, and having a tiny plate of milk (at Charlie’s suggestion).  For all we know, he could be there … Continue reading

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The Blean, the Beach, and a Boot Fair

We weren’t sure what to do today.  We ended up having an adventurous, eventful, and beautiful day. We began our day by starting a (rather long) walk on the Crab and Winkle Way (a foot/bicycle path connecting Whitstable and Canterbury). … Continue reading

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Summer Pudding

So when I was in Suffolk for a couple of weeks back in the summer of 2006, I had this amazing English desert called summer pudding, and it was one of the most wonderful things I had ever tasted.  In … Continue reading

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Grotters, and the Blessing of the Waters

What the heck are grotters, you ask?  Well, I’ll tell ya…. Last night, we all had a special treat.  We stayed out after it got dark! After our delicious supper of pasta with bolognese sauce & steamed broccoli (I know, … Continue reading

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Whitstable High Street

I give you: the shops of Whitstable.  (or at least a smattering thereof)

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We Love Whitstable!

Today, we had one of the loveliest, most pleasant and enjoyable days yet. Why? For a few reasons. The first is that we’ve finally clued-in to Charlie’s behavioral [ahem] issues, and our new approach is working on the boy, or … Continue reading

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