Driving through history

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

flying solo 415It is after ten and it has been another long day after a night of little sleep. I couldn’t settle for some reason, tossing and turning and listening to the bangs and rumbles in the street as the wind whipped anything that was loose into motion. I could have done with the sleep to as there was to be a long drive ahead this morning. For the second time in as many weeks my son and I were heading into London and once again there would be no museums, just an appointment with an orthotics company. This time, however, we did manage to see some wonderful bits of British history as we drove. Of course, with both hands on the wheel and a fixed appointment time, I couldn’t take pictures, though many of these places I know well and have visited before.

the triumph of horsenden 065 The Ridgeway

It is quite amazing really… over…

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