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Thursday Doors - Bit o' Déjà vu

I did not get my Thursday Doors homework completed these past two weeks; no valid excuses either! Just apologies…. So, to make up for it, I am not only giving you a little bit of variety in doors this week, but they also fall in two of my favorite Door Categories: On the Water, and Lighthouses! 274 more words

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Scandinavian homes and their styles

All that colors in gray tones and minimalist styles.

As first impression you can say it’s boring but it is not at all boring with those glorious grey tones, cozy chairs fluffy rugs designed all in one has it’s own atmosphere. 478 more words

1910 Boathouse outside the door

All fruit grown at Boathouse, Blantyre (i.e, Apples, Pears, Plums and various Berry fruits) were stocked in the local shops belonging to the Brown family. The Brown’s shops were located at 83 Main Street, Union Buildings, Uddingston, Baillieston was c/oStark 110 Main Street, and the third was in Bothwell. 120 more words

Blantyre People

Christina Braid at Boathouse

Taken around 1910 or so, is Christina Brown (nee Braid) of Boathouse along with her 4 daughters. Christina was the wife of Archibald Brown, the market gardener at what many of us know as “Boat Jocks” orchard. 31 more words

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1900 Four Generations of Family

Some photos can be extremely special, like this one taken around 1900, shared here by Jenny Day.

Pictured at Boathouse, near Blantyreferme are 4 generations of the same family. 60 more words

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Archie Brown's Diary 1875 Part 11

Archie Brown was a market gardener and florist at Boathouse (Boat Jocks) from 1874 until 1912. Thanks to his great, granddaughter, Jenny Day, we’ve been looking at his remarkable diary from 1874 and 1875. 587 more words

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Boathouse Fruits & Flowers

Here’s a list courtesy of Jenny Day, of all the different fruit including types of each grown at Boathouse in the late 19th Century. The former orchards operated as a business, a florists and a market garden and were owned and worked on by Archibald Brown between 1874 and 1912. 209 more words

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