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Water of Leith - friend or foe?

As it flows gently past the iconic clocktower building, the Water of Leith plays no small part in creating an environment which has seen Otago named one of the… 750 more words

1920s

Old Hollywood Glamour - A Styled Shoot {Reverie Gallery}

A gorgeous styled shoot happened here last year with some very talented vendors from Connecticut.  They transformed the grounds at the mansion into a dreamy outdoor dining space, complete with a suspended floral chandelier.  25 more words

Wadsworth Mansion

Our guide to...Corsham

For our first ‘Our guide to…’ of 2015 we wanted to stay close to home, so close in fact we have chosen Corsham. Just a 5 minute drive from our Gastard Showroom, and 20 minutes from central Bath, Corsham is such a gorgeous little town perfect for a weekend get away and ideal as an out-of-town stop over when you’re visiting Bath. 206 more words

"THAT MIRROR IS INSULTING ME"

Have you ever had the impression that your mirror is mocking you? Have you ever felt like throwing a stone at your mirror and shattering it to pieces? 602 more words

Faith

Coffee grounds in your garden?

Although I have never actually tried it myself, I have heard that used coffee grounds are great for your garden as they provide much needed nitrates. 72 more words

Gardening

Snow Days

This year, we’ve not had a particularly photographic snow at George Washington’s Ferry Farm or Historic Kenmore… yet.  Snow eventually will come but, until then, we’re sharing some of our best snowy photos from last year and from ten years ago. 14 more words

Historic Kenmore

The Amazing Opportunitites in Coffee Pulp Recycling

Photos taken by Zach Latimore on Finca Idealista Farm, Matagalpa, Nicaragua

For most people, coffee grounds represent the “end” of the coffee process. Everything that has happened to those beans since they were picked from the tree has been done with the end goal of roasting them, grinding them, and then brewing coffee with them. 2,438 more words

Ground To Ground