White Hart Ford
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... inspirationally do. Travel at will, absorbing the glories they experience and sharing them in their own inimitable fashions on Twitter. However there are a few barriers. Setting up the business has begun to address the biggest barrier - lack of finance. If plan A materialises in the next year I should be able to go away and leave the house to earn my living. Caring for my nearest and dearest is more of a challenge than a barrier. Tiggy ...
As you could probably guess from the title of this entry, I went back to school last week. *plays sad music* In less depressing news, how is it in Australia? Nice and sunny and warm? How nice...because it's definitely not like that here. It's cold, and Christmas adverts flood the telly. If you think that it's too early for Christmas adverts, prepare yourself. I was in sainsbury's (the English version of woolworths) ...
... beauty, even luxury, with cleanliness and quiet a given. Then comes a string of helpless, despairing thoughts, but every time I have managed to curtail it with: “The next place will be better, have a real bed, be near a bathroom, have sheets with a thread count, etc.…And…Scene”.
After the predictable, disappointment and heartbreak, the usual efforts to bring the basics up to my high standards, this time a new insight ...
... was created in the 1690s by Admiral Russell with the permission of the King, William III. He was later made Lord Orford and First Lord of the Admiralty and planted large avenues in the Park to illustrate the battle formations of La Hogue, his famous naval victory over the French.
He died without heir and in 1791 the estate was bought by John Tharp, a hugely successful sugar baron. He greatly enlarged the estate and was passionate about trees, of which ...
... house was set up to look like it would have during it's time of use. Old style chairs, beds, and tables among other things were in every room. It was a very interactive place. You could lay on the beds, sit on the chairs, pick up the kitchen utensils, and walk through the garden. It would have been a lovely place to live back in it's time. We moved on from there back to the stone circles, this time walking amongst the rocks. The Avebury stones are not connected by lintels, ...