Wednesday, 23 December 2015


by: MisS VictoriA DaviD

We all have lots of memories and stories to retell for those interested. Friends who are willing to sit down with us while enjoying cups of tea and a plate of toothsome biscuits in the late afternoon. Perhaps, a tour in the country that you once enjoyed being with your lover or together with your family can be a subject. It doesn’t need to be wonderfully detailed for as long as your listeners are willing to hear what will you share. You need to have a heart for them to feel you and also, to keep their attention straight while describing what had happened.

While you are still thinking what to write, we shall begin with my story first. Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!

We had a spot of warm weather so drove to a pretty town just-off the A3 and not far from the M25. Real country feel with a cricket ground in the centre of town with lots of greenery and enough quaintness to satisfy the appetite of the most voracious American tourist. We strolled along the River Wey part of which has a lock and navigation canal running parallel. It must have been used for transportation by the merchandisers. The Papercourt Lock House was built in 1775 and is still beautifully standing, looking like a dream home.

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