Mal and I were up and out for a walk around the grounds. There was rather a thick frost but at least that meant that it wasn’t so muddy! Back again and we had breakfast, Mal of course opted for the “fry up” and I had fresh haddock and poached egg. There is one thing, the Orangery Restaurant here at Powdermills can not be faulted.
The lady who owns Powdermills walked through the restaurant to the kitchen and we had to laugh as her two dogs are so well trained that they just sat by the restaurant door, not moving even a paw inside!
Wel, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay but then time to head back. So, we drove across country going through all the pretty Kent villages with the sun shining through the trees as we went.
As soon as we arrived back we decided to go and take a look at the caravan we are to move into and how we are going to do it! One of the fitted bedside cabinets will have to be removed or we won’t be able to get our king size bed in! We will also have to arrange to get the washing machine plumbed in and I guess have a good clear out of “stuff” we have accumulated here. I can’t say I am really looking forward to moving everything but the caravan is in a much quieter place on the site.
Thought for the day – “As you walk down the fairway of life you must smell the roses, for you only get to play one round.” ~ Ben Hogan