Thursday, 31 August 2006

Canterbury


Had another day in Canterbury while the garage had the car. They couldn't do the work it was in for because, after spending three hours taking it apart, they found they didn't have the tool they needed to do the task.

Photo taken with the phone - it's a group of monks from the US visiting Canterbury Cathedral.

6 careful considerations:

Bluefluff said...

Gah! Don't get me started on garages....

methel said...

Funny, I was thinking a lot about nuns yesterday - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/
articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=
402844&in_page_id=1770 and, in relation to dementia http://www.mc.uky.edu/nunnet/

Nogbad said...

Fascinating! I'm reposting the link here for those who struggled with it.

methel said...

Thanks Nog - I just don't seem to be able to master the html.....or perhaps I am trying too hard ;-)

Malnurtured Snay said...

I just had to learn the first 18 lines of the Canterbury Tales for my Chaucer class, too.

"Specially of every shires ende
of Engoland to Canterbury they wende"

Nogbad said...

You are all the way over there in Maryland and you're wrapping your head round Chaucer and here I am - shortly to drive 4 miles to Christ Church University Canterbury to do a few hours work and although I've read little bits of the work I don't know how the story finishes (but I have a feeling that the butler did it) - we live in a weird dimension.