Day Two in the UK

A wi-fi connection has proven to be a hard thing to find where we have been, so I post this a bit late. We have left London and gone north to Cambridge, planning to travel and spend the night in York this evening. Some of the countryside along the way has been simply stunning. Fields of yellow flowers sometimes for miles, and sheep grazing here and there amidst ancient estates and perfectly maintained grounds. More tomorrow, Lord willing.

World travelers at the Chapel at King's College

World travelers at the Chapel at King’s College

Typically beautiful European

Typically beautiful European

The oldest building in Cambridge — St. Benet's, 12th c.

The oldest building in Cambridge — St. Benet’s, 12th c.

The beauty of the Yorkshire countryside

The beauty of the Yorkshire countryside

In Gainsborough — the oldest and most complete Tudor home

In Gainsborough — the oldest and most complete Tudor home

The St. Wilfrid's Church — Scrooby

The St. Wilfrid’s Church — Scrooby

The interior of the King's Chapel...

The interior of the King’s Chapel…

... and the ornate ceiling

… and the ornate ceiling

More of the inner court of the King's Chapel

More of the inner court of the King’s Chapel

Sydney Sussex College — attended by Oliver Cromwell

Sydney Sussex College — attended by Oliver Cromwell

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