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... the black bole shows through the distressed patches in the gold.
Finally it was time to get the gold out. Having never worked with gold leaf before it took some getting used to how fragile it can be. The slightest breeze wafting around was enough to make the gold fly off in a random direction and end up in a scumpled up ball that was no use to man or beast.
The trick to getting it onto the mirror rather than everywhere else, was to run the ...
... over and done with and we were straight into making something out of wood. No mucking around, straight into it. Brilliant. Fifteen minutes later I had a couple of blisters; there was no mention of blisters when I read the prospectus. I pushed through the pain and a couple of hours later I had something resembling a box, fashioned out of oak for me to put my oilstone into and use for sharpening tools. I was quite chuffed with myself that I'd made ...
... Keith looked downcast as every cafe we passed on this Sunday morning was still closed. The earliest would not be open until 10 o'clock and even he could not justify a 45 min delay to wait for a bad coffee. We stacked up on enough food for four at the local co-op and headed over the lovely bridge to the south side of the Tweed to commence our walk. It's a shame that we can't spend more time in Peebles which is clearly a very ...
... one. These abbeys are all
in ruins now, since they were ransacked by King Henry VIII during the
Reformation. Melrose is famous for being the place where Robert the
Bruce's heart is buried, and Jedburgh is famous for its association with
Mary, Queen of Scots. It was a cold, dreich day as the Scots would say,
but the abbey was quite lovely and the town of Kelso is a really cute
small town. ...
... watched as people who had ran about 42kms finally crossed the finish line - and it was quite emotional! One poor bugger limped over the line in tears, I would hate to think how long he had been limoing for, but he looked in pain. We walked along the ocean/lake side and then stopped off for a pee-break and hot choccie. Both feeling very tired (what's my excuse??) we headed back to Edinburgh. Stopped in at Sainsbury's to grab some food and then home. I cooked a really good ...
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