Back to the Palace with some of my favorite views before we move on to the Vicar’s Close…
Oh my aching back! I managed to mow and rack up the current leaves in the yard on Tuesday. Everything looks so nice until the next wind blows through and deposits more leaves in our yard. Our apple, pear, Chinese flame tree and our neighbor’s maple still have enough leaves to make a few messes before we move on to not needing to mow the lawn again till Spring. Do you live in a climate where you mow all year long or do you get the winter off, too?
Head on over to MGCC blog today to see my rustic roasted butterflied chicken with vegetables.
After we enjoyed Evensong it was time to find our Inn for the night to check in and then to find a recommended spot for dinner.
The Inn was spacious but it wasn’t my favorite.
We had two of the larger rooms in the Inn.
My overall experience was lacking something.
We did enjoy the Fountain Inn Gastro Pub that was recommended to us for dinner. You could catch a glimpse of the Cathedral from the Pub.
The atmosphere, service and food was good.
We had a good nights rest and enjoyed our breakfast at the Inn before we headed further south to Cornwall.
Before we packed up I took a few more photos of the Inn.
While I was out back taking these photos I spotted Josh way up in his room at the open window. Of course I zoomed in for a shot!
Before we headed to Cornwall we drove back to the Cathedral to walk through the Bishop’s Palace and The Vicar’s Close.
Back here in the states Katie and I will be heading to Abbotsford, Canada on Friday. The Mennonite Girls Can Cook are joining the fun at the West Coast Women’s Show spending time at Wink’s Retail Space and on the kitchen stage. I’m happy to have a traveling companion for the trip back and forth.