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... or peanut oil make wonderful all-over body moisturizers. They are very inexpensive and are scent free. If you want scent, you can add the essential oil of your choice. After your bath, slather walnut or peanut oil on lavishly. Wrap up in an old terry-cloth robe and curl up with a good book or a movie while your moisture treatment soaks in.
Caffeine is not always the best for your body, so consume sparingly if you want to maintain your beauty. It can make you ...
... it, but
only by nearly going over it. Unsure of the cost as it is a toll road, I used the
convenient U turn spot and we went to the Humber Bridge Park. Probably very nice,
but it didn't really show us the bridge, being well planted with now mature trees.
We meandered back to our B&B. Driving up the driveway a young deer crossed our
path. I stopped. It went a few yards into the woods and it stopped too. It looked
hard at us as we at it. After a moment ...
... been told they must use it, presumably because the treads have become very slippery with age. The outside is nothing special. Inside it is immaculate, but not with any feel of being old except for the stairs. Just over from the house are two adjoining stone yards, or sheep fanks. There is an attached barn at one end of the house and other sheds out the back. The outbuilding walls would be original, but reroofed, and concrete has been laid on the floors.
... my quest to find Coom. I found a reference to “The Cooms”, Howpasley, the latter being a name I think I have seen on the maps and it is next to Coom in all the census returns. I know the general area but it would be nice to be more specific. They are not far from the famous Harden House associated with Sir Walter Scott’s relatives, but our Scotts were shepherds.
Off to the supermarket soon to get some salad and bits for tea, ...
... rich history. We saw a man playing the bagpipes on the street, which was something that I really wanted to do while I was in Scotland. The people here are really nice as well, they a very accommodating to backpackers, and love hearing stories about Australia. Next we are off to Paris, fingers crossed we don't have to spend a lot of money on luggage like last time... EasyJet we will not let you win again! All my love from the land of haggis, castles and bagpipes ...