Friday, August 17, 2007

Just a bit of Wales and Stonehenge

We both were in Wales for the first times of our life today. The A55 is a pretty road, with delicious soon to be mutton chops in the fields, and a blustery sea off to the right. The mountains(or large hills depending on your definition) had a peculiar mix of red and green shrubs desperately clinging to the hillsides which were mostly loose rock and shale. Amazing how different mountains can be from place to place.

At the Ferry Terminal I enjoyed some fish and chips next door to The Boston, a local watering hole.

Finally, we visited Stonehenge early last week, and it was underwhelming. But we took a picture anyway!
Our friends Sandra and Barry at their new home, complete with an apple tree and wild fox in their backyard. Our friends Laura and Karla are still legends at the local pub: Angel.

Clara and one of the Lions in Trafalgar Square, nice pussy cat!

Here we are behind one of the sculptures made by our friend and fellow motorcyclist Tim James Morgan. This one helped pay for his South America trip and is displayed in downtown London.

Here is a barrio climbing up the mountain side in Caracas, maybe the most dangerous city in the world with over 100 murders a week.

Phaes III: Europe

OK, we've crossed the pond and here is where we will be for the next few months! This morning, England. Right now, Ireland.

knock, knock

Who's there?


England who?


Just got off the ferry into Dublin, we'll hopefully start attacking the pubs soon, seeing if I can find any kin...