We had an undisturbed night's sleep last night in our deserted field.
After a brief chat we decided to head off to a riverside town. Bewdley sounded good so off we went.
Straightaway we ran into a big jam and were held up for an hour.
It's a lovely little site. Basically it's in someone's garden, but we do have 240 power, water and an Elsan. It is pretty cheap too at £12.00 a night (plus £1 each for the dogs).
Elaine was feeling tired after 5 days of running the mothership so stayed in the van with Bombo whilst Sammie and I went exploring.
Bewdley is a lovely little town.
It sits on the banks of the River Severn.
As an added bonus the Severn Valley Railway passes through the town, so I went off and did some train spotting.
I wasn't dissapointed.
After a couple of hours of steam excitement I returned to the van and picked up Elaine and we went for a walk to the closest pub.
The Little Packhorse is a very old and quaint little pub, with an odd old bar!
Can I have another pint please?
Nice sign at the entrance.
Tomorrow we will take a steam train ride.