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22. Westward Ho! to Clovelly

August 2008

It is the August bank holiday weekend and this is the second day of my slightly extended long weekend, as I walked from Barnstaple to Braunton previously. 3,141 more words

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SKA Nationals: Salmons and Caeser's Palace

After the wind-less nationals back in November all fingers and toes were crossed for a windy round two! Students from the Universities of Exeter, Bath, Plymouth, Southampton, Bristol (and a lone representative from Edinburgh, me) headed for the quiet retirement village of Westward Ho! 521 more words

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21. Bideford to Westward Ho!

April 2000

This walk ends at a town with an explanation mark in it’s name, I hope it lives up to expectations. As with the previous walk I am travelling from Exeter where I was living at the time. 2,287 more words

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Westward Ho - Act Five, Scene Four

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Enter TENTERHOOK, HONEYSUCKLE, WAFER, JUSTINIANO, and his Wife, with AMBUSH and Chamberlain.

HONEYSUCKLE
Sergeant Ambush, as th’art an honest fellow, scout in some back room, till the watchword be given for sallying forth. 3,134 more words

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Westward Ho - Act Five, Scene Three

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Enter SIR GOSLIN and MISTRESS BIRDLIME pull’d along by him.

SIR GOSLIN
What kin art thou to Long Meg of Westminster? Th’art like her. 854 more words

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Westward Ho - Act Five, Scene Two

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Enter a noise of Fiddlers, following the Chamberlain.

CHAMBERLAIN
Come, come, come, follow me, follow me. I warrant you ha’ lost more by not falling into a sound last night, than ever you got at one job since it pleas’d to make you a noise. 43 more words

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Westward Ho - Act Five, Scene One

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Enter MONOPOLY, WHIRLPOOL, LINSTOCK, MISTRESS HONEYSUCKLE, MISTRESS WAFER, and MISTRESS WAFER, their hats off.

MONOPOLY
Why, chamberlain? Will not these fiddlers be drawn forth? 2,559 more words

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