The Old Priory Bed and Breakfast
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... nothing for it, but to ditch yet another original design element, the solid wood casing would now keep its natural colour. There was to be one further design tweak, and for that I have to give credit to a fellow student. The school encourages the active collaboration among the students throughout the learning, design and construction stages of the various projects, and it's thanks to Ali's input that I now have two dark stripes of fumed sweet chestnut running across the cabinet top ...
... leg. However that was only the beginning of my trials and tribulations. As I was soon to discover, making the first leg is the easy bit, copying it three times over is the real tricky bit. I think it was Mrs Keeble that helpfully suggested that my design signature could be tables with 4 different leg styles. Thank you for your helpful suggestion Julie, I think I might be taking it up. Lets see what happens next week.
... dress birthday in Newcastle while Skinner headed back to Lancaster for Cushy and Wheels' joint 30th.
They were sure to be belting party's but, after going through theworldtrip's great adventure and still missing each other now they were apart, Skinner threw his annual Burns Night party a week later where he and Beth informed the honoured guests that they would be getting married by the end of this summer.
But that's another ...
... make for powerful stories and are an important part of Britain's heritage. Believe us, we'll be looking for the Fairy Queen tomorrow when we walk these hills.
As we walked into Melrose we came face to face with a very impressive sports arena. We didn't realise at the time that this picturesque patch of green was indeed a rugby pitch and more importantly the home of the much esteemed Melrose Rugby Football Club. To those not ...
... in Bath and Roman-built city which was the site of a natural hot springs. I walked around the ruins of the temple of Sulis Minerva. The next morning we headed into Wales which was an even more incredible country. I saw the most amazing countryside there! So now I'm in Scotland and in two mor days I head out on another Haggis bus for Loch Ness and the Isle of Skye. I'll try to get some pictures on here soon. ...