Virtually in England

In the morning I will be virtually in England as I present a webinar for engineers there.

Since I will be virtually in England I thought I would share just a few images that are wandering through my mind tonight.

Big Ben - Elizabeth Tower - Clock Tower - Most Photographed Clock - London, England - Iconic ClockI am thinking of my the most photographed clock in the world. I really like the Elizabeth Tower which towers over the Thames River.

Pembroke College, Cambridge University, Roger WilliamsI am thinking of Pembroke College in Cambridge where my ancestor Roger Williams went to school back in the early 1600’s.

Our office is also located near Cambridge so I have visited there several times.

Richard Barnard, Worksop, Vicar, 1601 Worksop Priory, Worksop, Anglican, Worksop EnglandI am thinking of a visit I made to the Worksop Priory where my ancestor Richard Barnard served starting in 1601. He was the father-in-law of Roger Williams.

Half Timbered House, Chester, England, ResidenceI am thinking of a visit to Chester, England and the beautiful half-timbered buildings there.

English Breakfast, Food, Sausage, Eggs, Bacon, BeansI am thinking of a good English Breakfast, one thing that I will not get in a virtual visit.

Fish and Chips, Philadelphia Fish and Chicken Bar, Glasgow, ScotlandI am also thinking of some good fish and chips. I may have to make my own home style version tomorrow night for dinner.

I also have my tea picked out for the webinar in the morning. I will be making some Yorkshire tea which is always good with breakfast.

See: The Right Tea for the Webinar

A lot of memories leading up to this webinar.

Steven

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