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May 22, 2011 - Transfer to Yorkshire and a DB Museum

We pack up yet again. This time we drive to Meltham in Yorkshire to view a David Brown Museum. They used to be manufactured in this town but the museum is a little disappointing. More a buy, sell and swap occasion. The villages surrounding this area are quite dismal. Obviously very industrial and plenty of coal mines around. Doesn’t help that its raining. The country side now quite hilly with lots of stone fences again. The wind extremely strong. Predicted to be about 70 miles an hour. Not much fun on the big freeways. We stop for tea at...

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Nov 15, 2009 - One day to go

So my flight leave Manchester at 18:45 tomorrow!! My parents have started to panic a little, but they've not affected me yet! Anyway, we've decided I need to send an update out just to check that it works, the real travel journal starts tomorrow and I hope you enjoy following my adventures over the next nine months. I return to the UK on the 8th of August and I'm looking forward to seeing you all. Please leave comments and messages in my guestbook as I can easily email you back from this setup. From an extremely excited Emma x

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Oct 24, 2007 - north england roady - Jens grandads birthplace

Yay 69 entries!!! With school on holidays, Jen was unemployed from her job of teaching the future generation of chavs(no I'm sure her students are not chavs, although with the number in the UK, statistically some of them have to be!!) we hired a car for the day and went north. Coming across a town named Hudersfield, we searched the place and eventually found a quaint little house where her grandad was born and raised. Getting out of the car, we looked around trying to find number 32, when after a minute or 2 a head popped out of a door and...

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