Oh Snails, many of us have had similar experiences. I'm afraid that only you can make the decision, although, if my experience is typical, you will find a guiding light and it will work out right for you. My only suggestion would be - think of yourself, what's right for you?
Way to deep for me.
No bike ride as HL was held up.
I'd like to add a cheery note. My step d and her fiance both lost their fathers at a young age. We have a niece who has just graduated as a silver and goldsmith. She has taken the wedding rings of their late father's and made two new rings which I'm told are stunning. I.'ll wait for the big day for the full effect.
Slugs and Sue, Oxford City has the same situation, overrun with toursits particularly in the summer months. It has got heaps worse over the years with all of these language schools and degree factories like Brookes.
We don't have a name for them though.
I've done quite enough for one day. Fave is on a plane heading towards Glasgow - she's being a Plastic Jock again and heading for the games. Still, it gets her out of my hair for a week.
HL and I are off out for a ride in a bit, it'll a recovery ride for me.
MC, I think I've already said it, but we'll done on your Outlaw performance.
I guess Podds will be on the road, battlirg with the M 25.
Tubbs, I can't recall your exact connection to Ambroseden but it must involve 23 Pioneer Regt. in some way. They were disbanded on Sunday after a 74 year association with Bicester. We still have the Royal Logistics Corps here though.