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#RWC2015 – Eat, sleep, drink (in) Rugby: Part III

Concluding my final part of a mini-series of travel blog articles on visiting Rugby, the birthplace of the game. 855 more words

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24: Why are there thorn hedges round the clumps at Croome?

I have received a note from Mr H. of Bromsgrove, a man whose opinions I greatly admire. Mr H. has read my notes on Croome, and having recently visited himself, he asks for my comments on the thorn hedges 276 more words

Components Of Landscape

6: Did Brown travel abroad?

A correspondent, purporting to be Señor J.M.P-G. d’A  de P. y A., president of the bull-fighting appreciation society of Seville, has written to let me know that Brown is still remembered in that city as a great toreador, celebrated for the flourish with which he executed his Veronicas, and that it was through his cape ability that he acquired his nick-name. 157 more words

Components Of Landscape

Looking up

We recently discovered Coombe Country park nearby which is great for a Sunday afternoon stroll. I love walking through forests – so peaceful.


June Walk: Coombe Park, Coventry

On 14th of June, we will walk through woodlands, conservation areas and parkland in Coombe Country Park in Coventry.
The walk is an easy 5 miles, mainly on footpaths with some grass areas but no stiles, and mostly flat. 54 more words

Lesbian Walking Group

A Trip to Coombe with the Boi's

This afternoon I went to Coombe Abbey and took some more picture. Other than taking many a pictures of ducks, I also captured a last few landscape pictures….