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Morning walk and a hospital visit.

A very windy night which lead to an interrupted night as we were buffeted by winds in excess of 50mph. Unfortunately we had parked broadside to the prevailing wind. As the van is on very good suspension it rolls and bumps with every gust. We are still waterproof which is always a bonus.

We got up for a morning walk to the facilities and Gordon's constitutional.

The other early risers.

We then walked along the beach and Gordon sheltered from the gale force winds.

His ears are great wind socks!


We left Keyhaven and set off for my sisters in West Meon. Then visited BIL in hospital in Petersfield.He continues to be looked after on the rehabilitation ward. We are hopeful that he will be home in the next week or so.

Tomorrow we head back to Eastleigh for a couple of days as it's Raes mums birthday on Friday.


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