Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Wednesday 26 October - In St. Pancras

We had a light breakfast in the room and then went across to pick up our prepaid tickets for the trip to Market Rasen tomorrow.  We were able to do this at a ticket machine.  It worked very well.

We then had a quick visit to the very impressive British Library where the Magna Carta was on view and I then went to the nearby Skinners' Arms to meet some school friends none of whom had I seen since leaving school in 1960.

Colin Bishop, Dai Bamford, Peter Gregory

Peter Gregory. Tony Butwick, Mike Fulford

Mike Fulford, Charles Smith, Clive Grenyer
Rob Carter
It was a great time and there was a lot of very friendly banter.  Each one seems to have done pretty well and it was a pleasure to meet up with them.  We ran a beer kitty and the fish and chips was pretty good.
Mary and I decided on an Indian meal this evening.  Skewers of chicken with tamarind sauce, lamb Madras and chicken Ceylon.  It was all very good, the sauces being thick and with a good depth of flavour.

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