England Trip
Day 9 June 26, 2002
By Dan, Mary Jane and Scotty Hyde

Wednesday June 26 - Bibury and Cotswolds

Bibury, a scenic Cotswold town, is crowded with tourists. When we were here in 1986, we saw lots of chaffinches. (A chaffinch is a little sparrow-sized bird. It is slate-blue, rust, and cream colored.) But none appear today. Scotty feeds the fish and ducks in the Trout Farm. We have lunch in "Arlington Mill Restaurant." Before brousing in a couple shops, I write some postcards. In one shop I buy Scotty "Cranberry," a cranberry-colored Beanie Buddy.

Image of Bibury

Jan, MJ and Scott on bridge in Bibury

Image of Bibury Cottages

Famous Arlington Row Cottages in Bibury
Good example of use of Cotswold Stone.

Image of Bibury Mill

Scott shot this through window at Bibury Mill

Image of Sign Bibury

We laughed at this sign in the Mill at Bibury.
Dan recalled his bad bump on the head in Castle Combe.

Image of Digging Dogs

Scott really wanted to buy one of these ceramic "Digging Dogs"
but no room in his suitcase!

Image of Dog Poo Sign

Artful Dog Poo Sign in Bibury

Image of Trout Farm Bibury

Scott feeding ducks at Bibury Trout Farm.

Image of Rainbow 
Trout Bibury.

Rainbow Trout

Image of Gardens 
Trout Farm

Gardens in Bibury Trout Farm

Image of Lockup in Bibury

Lockup in Bibury

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