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what you came to london for

It’s not the fish and chips. Or their warm beer. It’s something that no trip to London would be complete without seeing, that you should definitely make the *time* for. 176 more words

Europe

Time Challenged

I’m a very time-challenged person…that’s one of the reasons I called my blog “Time Warped Mom”. I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of time, and obsessed with stories about Time Warps and Time Travel, which is what sparked my lifelong love of Science Fiction. 371 more words

Sunday Seasons

Connections: August 20.17

The dill inspectors

all hardhat

ignored me when

I stopped to chat.

Summer’s old!

No time to loll!

Soon the clock strikes

half-past fall!

Connections

Photography

The lantern clock

As of this writing I am negotiating a price on this unique piece of horological history, an English lantern clock.

Lantern clocks have a very interesting history going as far back as the 16th century. 470 more words

Clock

Cruising and Clocks

During my recent working craft cruise one of the “makes” was a wall clock. I have done this project on a previous cruise and it always proves popular. 98 more words

French Carriage Clock - servicing

There is no maker’s mark anywhere on the case or the movement

The clock is an unsigned 8-day carriage clock in a rectangular brass case. This attractive little clock has a white enameled dial with Roman numerals, blued steel hands and a spring driven time-only movement with platform lever escapement visible through the top beveled glass.

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