Clee House Hotel
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... flows easily & then obstacles will then begin to dissipate. The keeper of the directions came in through the cosmic soul cards & around the ceremony all doorways are been opened up for us all. Messages are ready to be received & many codes of light language were shared. 7 of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers came into the ceremony & shared their wisdom & there was an exchange for each of us.
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... is land of the unicorn, I am sure you can imagine the excitement building. Arriving into Beverley it has always been tradition for Bernie & myself to drive up onto the Westwood & admire the Minister & the town from a distance. There is an opening in our hearts. A sign further ahead tells us we are travelling towards new beginnings.
As we have arrive in a stunning English summer ...
Dianne suggested Hemswell Antique Centre to have a look for antiques. There are five or six large buildings each with two floors of antiques and one is called Canberra Antiques. We spent five hours looking in all the cabinets and did buy a couple of small items. Had a few pots of tea, Julie had a fruit scone with butter whilst I had a cheese scone with butter. On the drive back to ...
Horncastle is the antique Mecca of Lincolnshire. So I researched and found out about parking (mostly free) and where the Horncastle Antique Centre was. An hour later we arrived and parked right next to the entrance. There are three levels of antiques, but we are looking for silver teapots or quirky wooden items. None to be seen but the antique furniture is very reasonable. Walked down the street to another store, admiring a reconstituted stone/ marble bust of ...
"The area comprises steep chalk escarpment grassland with some scrub and old plateau grassland, and a disused quarry with a famous exposure of Red Chalk, which is rich in fossils, particularly belemnites and brachiopods. Below the Red Chalk there is a considerable thickness of Carstone, here a coarse, pebbly sandstone, and above it a thin capping of the white Lower Chalk.