Hi Julliette and Judy, I hope you have a good time and Judy behaves herself
today and avoids being arrested. Glad you had fun yesterday hope the rest of
Judy's time with you goes well and the weather is good.Love and lots of hugs
from Gloria in Essex UK
>Well, another day without arrest!
>We went to the costume museum at Shambellie House & oohed and aahed over
>all the Victorian dresses. The Fugitive wasn't too impressed with the 60s
>room and went out muttering something about having a pile of that stuff
>in her wardrobe:-) The costumes from the Mrs Bradley Mysteries were also
>on display and there was a near miss as TF tried to stuff a couple of the
>outfits into her bag - thankfully those beads were so heavy that Simon
>was able to wrestle the booty from her without too much of a fight. (For
>those on the other side of the pond - you'll get the Mrs Bradley
>Mysteries on TV later this year - TF asked if they were going to be shown
>in the US.)
>Next onto the remains of Sweetheart Abbey where Simon told TF a whole
>heap of stuff about Devorgilla, a powerful medieval woman who founded one
>of the first Oxford colleges & built this abbey in memory of her dead
>husband. TF didn't care much for the mushy stuff but quite fancies
>herself as a contender for Queen of Scotland (watch out Lady C, you've
>This evening TF was scampering for the bunker as the army helicopters
>circled overhead (really!) but there were no searchlights & they soon got
>bored & pushed off towards England.
>TF is now safely tucked up in bed but says to tell you that Indian food
>is good, Galloway is gorgeous & she's having a great time.
>Tomorrow the Book Town. Will TF evade arrest? Will Simon & Juliette be
>apprehended for harbouring the TF? Will Shaman the attack cat finally
>track down the theiving Sally? For answers to all these questions and
>more don't miss the next exciting episode of The Fugitive.
>Juliette, in sunny SW Scotland