Thursday, June 05, 2008

Hadrian's Wall

My Dad.
Just back from a few days of walking, driving and dodging some shocking weather.
I only looked at the B-Berry once or twice.
I have TONS of pictures but don't have time to post other than the few you see.
It's quite inspiring to walk in the footsteps of centurions!
My dad and I also paid a visit to a magnificent castle on the coat of Northumbria. More pics to come.
England is so green. It rained quite a bit which may go some way to explaining this.
Wet but pleasently warm, so all was good.
I hope all you Brit exiles in the desert don't feel too homesick!
I've been loving this week and saw some fantastic sights and chatted with my Dad in ways I'd forgotten I could.
Totally chilled is the cliched phrase which comes to mind.
That's got to be a good thing.
Love to all


I said...

I think it's fantastic what you and your Dad are doing. A pretty cool endeavor actually. Hope you packed some bengay or tiger balm : )

(from Chicago, visiting Caloocan, Philippines)

Kjell Tjensvoll said...

Wow Terry, that's definitively a walk I'd like to do myself. Looks great!
It's not so bad in the mountains at Lillehammer. My parents and I will be doing some walking there this summer.
See you in Oslo any time soon?