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Day 258 – To the Family Somers

6th June 2012

rain

It took a while but the insurance was arranged; customs, MOTs and the DVLA could wait. We left Dover at 5pm and drove the short four hour hop through the grey drizzle that enveloped southern England and arrived in Devon at Laura’s home at a quarter past nine on a still light evening. Balloons lined the way to a huge banner on which lay a map of Africa and our red line home; in front of the banner stood the Family Somers, Mum, Dad, Ben, Vix, Meg, Flo and Millie, all with smiles on faces and champagne in hand. We had arrived, it felt great to be back.

Posted by ibeamish 03:21 Archived in England

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I really cannot tell you both how much I have enjoyed following your trully amazing last 258 days !! Congrats on your achievment and I only hope you have the time to turn your story into a book, I want a signed copy ! Look forward to having a drink or two when next get together. Good luck with your new job in France. Best wishes and many thanks, Alistair

by Alistair Gordon

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