|I enjoy the morning sun at the Market Cross in Castle Combe.|
The town didn't have street lights so it was really dark the evening we came. In the morning I woke up by the birds and the sun.
After breakfast we explored the little town. The church was really nice and Henry introduces me to his Welsh dragon friend, since I was going to Wales later. He told me a few words that came in handy in Wales. I learnd that gwely is bed and hufenia is ice cream and paned o de is a cup of tea. He is a clever dragon.
The day ended too early I think and we had to take Henry to the train station. I wish he could have come with us to Walses, but the he could not do #keepfits I think, and he had to feed the hamsters too.
It was so nice to have time with my bestist freind and I hope I can see him again soon. It is good to have friends, bestist and other types too.
|Here we cross the Severn Bridge that ends in Wales.|
Me and Bonnie and Frank and Henrietta carried on to Wales and I will soon tell you all about our adventures there.