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Long shadows on Richmond cobblestones

‘May your feet walk in the light of two suns…’  ~ Robert Fanney

Getting stoned

IF YOU’VE ever wondered what a cobblestone street in the making looks like, wonder no more. Behold!

For a few months now, major work has been under way on two streets radiating out from the southwest corner of our spectacular main plaza. 168 more words

Mexico

Europe Diaries | Lund | Part III

Something that really caught my eye on my first day in Europe was the abundance of cobblestoned paths. I was mesmerized with the architecture there and I felt it was just yesterday when I used to read about Europe, Vikings, Cobblestones, etc. 508 more words

Travelling

5 Tips To Prep Your Paver Patio For Spring

5 Tips To Prep Your Paver Patio For Spring

#1 Check for Repairs – Once the snow and ice has melted take the time to to check all over your patio for any broken pavers, unevenness, or joints that need to be refilled. 490 more words

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Europe Diaries | Lund | Part II

Lund is a city in the province of Skåne near Malmö. It is an old, cobblestoned city. It is quite popular because of Lund University, established in 1666 and located in the centre of Lund. 592 more words

Travelling

1929 St Joseph's Church

A super clear photo kindly shared by Gordon Cook and Alex Rochead, exclusively seen online here for the first time.

The scene features St Joseph’s Church on Glasgow Road. 303 more words

Glasgow Road

Cobblestone Streets of Puerto Vallarta. No. 8

Cobblestone streets of Puerto Vallarta lend to the charm of the historic city center. Although some would call them dangerous due in part to their uneven surface and ability to form potholes, the original use of cobblestones during the early days was quite practical. 812 more words