Last night in Lyme Regis

For those of you who had hoped to follow our progress in England here (are there any of you?), I apologize. I had originally planned on posting regularly, but typing posts on my iPod, as the previous two posts were, is not the most efficient or pleasant way to go about it. In fact, after the last one, my hands were semi-numb and tingly. I wrote the previous two posts in the middle of the night (locally) while dealing with some jet-lag related sleeplessness. Once I got back into the swing of sleeping, I could rarely find time (or will) enough to write full-length posts. (I did, however, manage to come up with a couple of informative/witty Twitter/Facebook quips in the intervening days.)

Anyway, all that is unnecessary preamble to an unimportant announcement: tonight is our last night in Lyme Regis. Tomorrow is the beginning of the end: we set out towards London and our lodgings near Heathrow airport. On the way, we will try to visit Stonehenge (I get the impression from the locals that it’s not that special, but it just seems to be a place one simply needs to stop if nearby when on holiday in England) and, with some luck, we will also visit the birthplace of Dixie’s grandpa. The next day (Monday) we fly. This time, however, we know how to take full advantage of our first class status. We will pace ourselves.

It has been a wonderful holiday (I’d like to thank Dixie for planning every bit of it)–good timing for the various locations, which were themselves well chosen. Visits with friends and family, a little history, a little archeology, a little of this and a little of that, and we’re both very satisfied with the trip. The next time I post here will likely be on North American, if not specifically Canadian, soil.

5 thoughts on “Last night in Lyme Regis

  1. Marc

    Sorry, mom. I told you I would update it, didn’t I? My apologies. If it’s any consolation, when indonwrite posts about the trip when I get back, they’ll include pictures.

  2. Toni

    Hope you sleep well tonight and have a good flight back.

    I’d kinda hoped you’d be able to use the PC in your room to blog comfortably, maybe upload some pics, but I guess you didn’t have that much time really.

    It was good to spend time with you both, and I wish it were possible to have done so more.

  3. Marc

    Thanks, Toni. I did use your computer fr the Oxford post and pictures, which was handy. I could have done more, but I would rather visit with you and Chris (as you say, time together was short as it is) than sit on the computer typing.

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