Weekend at Wimbledon

My Grammie called me out today because I hadn’t blogged for awhile! Sorry, I don’t know where the week has gone. I’ve even done some knitting. I’m almost done Lord Isaac’s next sweater. I’ll take pictures soon.

But first…let me share a neat weekend. We took john’s parents to the Wimbledon museum for her birthday. I don’t watch a lot of tennis anymore but it was still pretty cool to see this famous arena for sport. Here’s the famous centre court…



I thought the museum was actually one of the better ones we’ve been to in awhile. It showed tennis through the ages and there were a lot of interactive displays.

Afterwards we hit a new National Trust. Runnymede is a beautiful area of fields just outside of Windsor which is said to be the place where the Magna Carta was signed. The American Bar Association has built a monument on the site…




Interestingly, 1 acre of the land was gifted by the Queen to the States. On it we found a monument to JFK, very bizarre the things we find on our travels!…


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