He and Pete loaded all of life's essentials; computer, guitars, amplifier, server, more computer stuff, more guitars, oh and some clothes, into the car. Actually it didn't all fit and Pete will drop some off next week when his work takes him down south.
A bit of a mix-up with the letting agents and we had a long wait out in the street. The house is 5 minutes from the university and the whole area has a campus feel with students wandering around and live Irish music floating up from one of the several nearby pubs. Ideal ..... if you're a student.
This is the house and LOOK, blue skies! It was actually really hot and my sources tell me it was the same in North Devon. Shame it's raining again today.
An easy 2 hour drive home, unlike the 4 hour slog home from Leicester to drop Vytas off at uni. Driving back down the Link road, Devon was bathed in a golden light. Coming down from the high rolling hills there were amazing views, reminiscent of Chinese watercolour landscapes. Spread out below could be seen the typical Devon patchwork of fields with each range of hills beyond being a misty golden grey fading away into the distance. Unfortunately this is a no stopping road and the only parking places were down in the valleys or surrounded by trees so I couldn't take pictures. The picture above was taken near home when it was getting dark and the golden light had gone.