The Choir Trip to England
A Choir Trip to England: Photographs
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By Bonnie and Larry Arnold

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The Traveling Choir
July 7-8
Windsor Castle
Guards in RED
H.S. Hispanola
Our driver, Keith, routinely managed to cram all our luggage under his coach
July 9
Buckingham Palace
A coach in front of the gates to Buckingham Palace
A break from the coach to look at Parliament
Members of the group in front of Parliament
The Tower of London
Larry and Bonnie in front of the Tower Bridge
The Monument to the London Fire
John Wesley, "The World is my Parish"
The dissenter, Susannah Wesley
The First Concert: Wesminster Cathedral
July 10
Following the Yeoman Warder
Treasures of the Tower
Stories of the Yeoman Warder
Busses and cars "share" an intersection
The Glassblower: There's always good food at a pub
St. Catherine's Wharf
Red telephone booths
July 11
Punts on the River Cam
The Crew, learning about Cambridge on a walking tour
We find the Gate to Kings College, with a statue of Henry VIII
July 12
Storming at Stonehenge
The Cathedral at Salsbury
William Longespee, witness to the Magna Carta
Inside the Cathedral at Salsbury
The Choir in Salsbury Cathedral
Backyard at the Middleton's
July 13
Lynda directs from the high pulpit in the New Room
A topiary soldier guards a roundabout
The Roman bath, at Bath
One of the group captures beautiful flowers
The Royal Crescent
July 14
Bristol Harbor; A sailing ship behind a 'narrow boat'
The suspension bridge over Avon Gorge
The gate to Blenheim Palace
July 15
Birthplace of the Bard
Even typical streets in England are a riot of flowers
Something we didn't get to do very often; sit down
July 16
Ornate carving in the choir stalls
Even Lynda listens to the expert Blue Badge guides
Chester Cathedral, and one of its gardens
Shopping in Chester
The civilization of Roman engineering; a recreation of their heated floor system
The whole tour group poses in Christ Church
July 17
A York motorist distracts members of the group; it's a guy thing
Abbey ruins at York
Yorkminster Cathedral
The Wagon and Horse pub
Just part of the park at Harrogate
July 18
Inside the Octagonal Church
The Octagonal Church
Whitby Harbor
Abbey ruins
The last concert by the whole group
July 19
The bishop on the right side of this plate is William McKendree, one of Bonnie's ancestors. One of our friends graciously took this photo.
Bonnie and the coach drivers hang on while one of the guys kicks up his heels. One of our friends graciously took this photo.
Our Trio
July 20
With 'Titanic' showing inside the plane, we could see icebergs outside
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