Wonderful Wychnor Walks

Wonderful Wychnor Walks

My most relaxing moments were in the English countryside. I walked 6 – 10 blissful miles daily. We were fortunate to have such great weather and many walking paths with fabulous scenery. It was extremely therapeutic and comforting. Those who know me, know...
Seeking Shakespeare

Seeking Shakespeare

One great thing about visiting England is ease of travel. We took the train to Stratford Upon Avon, to see the place of Shakespeare’s birth and death (1564-1616). It is amazing to travel back in time and wander the streets he walked on, and see the houses he...
Hanging Out With Monkeys

Hanging Out With Monkeys

While I was in England I heard about the Monkey Forest, and knew I had to take a walk on the wild side. Approximately 140 Barbary macaques live and roam free in this woodland home, which includes a trail for us humans to follow and enjoy their world. I discovered...
The Key

The Key

For over 1,000 years, God has been worshipped on this sacred site, by countless generations in Alrewas village. This huge key opens All Saints Parish Church, which has stood since 822AD in the village of Alrewas, in England, in the UK. This church no longer has a...
The Beauty of Birmingham

The Beauty of Birmingham

This post is dedicated to the city of Birmingham, in the UK. After I left it, people asked where I had been, a few were quite surprised I visited Birmingham – and then insisted I visit their city. I found the people in England were quite friendly and kind. But,...

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