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Day 3 ~ 99.08.25 ~ Exploring the Village of Stone Pt. 1
Like most villages in the Midlands, Stone [1] is very friendly, picturesque and is steeped in history. Anxious for news from home, my first look around the village [2] came out of my search for an Internet service. In desperation, I even considered enlisting the aid of one of the many pigeons [3] which call Stone their home. My fruitless search had taken me full circle around the village and back to the public library [4] situated on the market square in plain view from our hotel room window. The first thing I saw upon entering the building was a for-hire online [5] computer! Within minutes after the friendly library staff had given me instructions on navigating their computer, I was reading letters from Sue-On. Exhilarated and recharged with news from home, I took a jog along the canal & locks -- stopping only to marvel at the many docked houseboats [6]-- and back through the grounds [9] of Stone Church [8]. 

[1] High Street Entrance to Stone[2] Stone High Street Market Stalls and Shops
[3] My Alley Friends[4] Two of the Stone Library Staff
[5] Stone Library Online Computer: Link to Home[6] Canal Locks
[7] Docked Canal House Boats[8] Stone Church[9] Stone Church Monument Statue
 


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