Living happily ever after still means you have to clean house and do the dishes
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Yew, Pumpkin, & Feather – evidence of fairies in the woods.
A friend posted a mnemonic on Facebook for the sequence of the royal houses of England in chronological order. It reminded me of one my uncle taught me, which in turn reminded me of a couple I learned at school. Two-minute read, 2 pictures
Langstone Harbour from the locks – Lock entrance wall. 2 pictures
Calm Center (Three) – We visited a place laden with memories for me and recreate a picture from ten years ago. Two-minute read, 4 pictures
Langstone Mill – Besides being picturesque, Langstone Mill is interesting because it is the site of two mills. Besides the obvious windmill, there was also a tidal mill. Plus a bonus reminisce, and a picture from the seventies. One-minute read, 3 pictures
The Royal Oak & Langstone Mill – We weren’t quite sure what time we were supposed to be arriving for dinner with my brother and his family, so we decided to have a short walk followed by a quick preprandial drink in the Royal Oak.
Watermill – Weald & Downland Living Museum. Who couldn’t resist taking a picture of this watermill with its reflection in the lower pool? There were lots of moorhen chicks and tiny ducklings around in the lower pool, and I’ll confess, I couldn’t resist taking a picture of them. 3 pictures
Basket Weaving – Weald & Downland Living Museum, West Sussex. 2 pictures