Monday, November 20, 2006

The Eight Bells

This weekend, Roger C., was kind enough to have me down to his place. They told me to pass along a hearty hello to the Seabury folks. We went sight seeing around his new curacy and his hometown, of which I will be posting pictures sporatically throughout the week.
Those familiar with Charles Dickens will recognize the Eight Bells pub, which is coincidentally in Roger's hometown. If you can't read the inscription here, it talks about this being the Pub referred to in one of Dickens novels where Bill Sikes and his dog take refuge after the murder of Nancy. Two points if you can name the novel.
Stay tuned for more photos of The Archer's adventures with Roger...