The National Gallery was a super place to spend a few hours. The day we attended was devoted to kids learning about art
|Girls Running by Steer|
|The Arrival by Nevinson|
Doyle marks the house of his birth and is across from a pub he
frequented. Sculpture and Sherlock Holmes is a double win for art!
|Sir Arthur Conan Doyle|
|Red and green curry|
Everywhere we went there were signs that the folks in Scotland are stewards of their
And then there were the animals; we saw oodles and oodles of sheep. Sheep in fields, on the
|Lucy waiting for company|
Every once in a while I hear Willie Nelson in my head singing, ‘On the road again’ and that’s what we did every day after we left London. While lots of people walked or traveled on bicycles, we rented
|Racked bicycles at the subway station|
|Tight squeeze on an 'A' road|
|Meeting logging truck on 'B' road|
|Rare stop sign|
Figuring out the the road signs was both challenging and amusing. It was only in Statford-on-Avon that we ever saw a stop sign and it looks like it’s making a rude gesture.
Trying to read the names on Welsh road signs aloud gave us the giggles but didn't get us less lost.
|Welsh road sign|
It took us a while to decide that the sign meant that the police were using cameras to check speed rather than indicating a scenic area in 50 feet.
Still others let you know that you can get a free tow if you need it.
The Northumberland sign welcoming us back to England is in a pretty place near where we finally got to see the heather in bloom.
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