Way out west day 4

As you may have gathered from yesterdays story, the Little Chef associated with the Travelodge was now closed down. (I did know this beforehand). My first trip this morning was to walk around the boarded up building which was really spooky.

Hayle TravelodgeLeft 09:38

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Hayle McDonaldsArrived 09:39

Hayle McDonalds (0h 23m)

Breakfast was taken at a nearby McDonalds.

Hayle McDonaldsLeft 10:02

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TivertonArrived 12:06

Tiverton (1h 52m)

As I mentioned in a previous entry this week, I am filling in a gap in my travelogue two years later. I have no recollection of what I was doing in Tiverton for nearly two hours

Part of my problem was that I had booked the Travelodges in advance without planning anything else, and I never got around to planning before I set out. This meant that the only SatNav location I had programmed was tonights B&B, so i had to kill time before I was allowed to show up in Warminster!

TivertonLeft 13:58

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WarminsterArrived 15:33


I managed to get Internet access and downloaded my Email, amongst them was an invite to beta test Find my Past’s 1911 system. The 1911 census was being made publicly available in the new year and I was already excited by that. I have great-grandparents who are a bit of an enigma, and was really curious with what their 1911 census would reveal. I spent the rest of the evening doing genealogical research.

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