Mr. B and I are planning a trip to England, Wales and Scotland this coming Spring and in preparation for the trip we are Binge-Watching the series Outlander. It's a little graphic sometimes but we zip through those parts because I enjoy the costumes, settings and scenery.
It has been both fun and challenging to put all of our information together gathered from friends, professional trip advisors and the internet into a plan that works for us.
The first part of the trip will be to several small villages where my father's mother came from. As you may remember, I do enjoy working on our family genealogy. The villages are in Somerset and Devon England.
|Stogumber - Crowcombe - Wiveliscombe - Bishops Nympton|
My Grandma Violet's family worked for the railways. In fact she and her twin sister were born at the railway station in Bishops Nympton. And my Great-grandmother came from the little village of Crowcombe where the Beatles filmed part of A Hard Days Night. Can you imaging what an upset that must have been to a village in March of 1964?
I'll keep you posted on where else we may be heading and maybe you can let me know if you have any suggestions!
"I like trains. I like their rhythm, and I like the freedom of being suspended between two places, all anxieties of purpose being taken care of: for this moment I know where I am going." -- Anna Funder