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Creating a lovely garden
Derdriu, I appreciate beauty very greatly, but my ability to draw a beautiful picture is very limited, but my artistry is with words. I have worked on my drawing and made some progress,but what I produce is not great.
frankbeswick, 23 days ago
A Walk in Macclesfield Forest
Derdriu, daffodils are blooming well over here. I don't know about the red dye used in cheeses, sorry. Water generally comes free in inns, but you have to ask for it. It is tap water from the mains supply, but bottled water is usually charged ...
frankbeswick, 23 days ago
Creating a lovely garden
frankbeswick, Thank you for the photos, practicalities and products. Your product lines are wonderfully helpful: I know this because I already have both books on English gardens. The photo of the topiary gave me quite a laugh, because of the ...
DerdriuMarriner, 23 days ago
A Walk in Macclesfield Forest
frankbeswick, Thank you for the practical information and the product lines and for the forest walk with your family. Are the daffodils blooming generously or sparsely on your side of the pond? One daffodil along just the south side of the front ...
DerdriuMarriner, 23 days ago
June, 2050: What will the world be like
We have a giant fusion reactor called the sun, Derdriu. It is a free and long-lasting source of power that does not require expensive technology. So I do not think that fusion reactors can or will compete with solar power.Nuclear power has been ...
frankbeswick, 24 days ago
June, 2050: What will the world be like
frankbeswick, Thank you for the philosophy, practicalities and products. Do you see nuclear fusion in the 2050 power picture? Popular Mechanics fit the article Patents Secured for Revolutionary Nuclear Fusion Technology by Caroline Delbert in ...
DerdriuMarriner, 24 days ago
The Potato Famine
Originally potatoes were a rich man's food and the Irish poor grew potentilla, silverweed. known in Gaelic as the seventh bread, until potatoes' potential for feeding the masses was recognised. The potato famine affected England and Wales,as ...
frankbeswick, 26 days ago
The Potato Famine
frankbeswick, Thank you for the photo, practicalities and product lines. That's a haunting photo of Ireland with the boat perhaps ready for escape from harsh times and the darker landform in the middle seeming almost broodingly a huis clos ...
DerdriuMarriner, 26 days ago
Time: A Simple Understanding, and a Deep Question
Thanks for the update.
blackspanielgallery, 27 days ago
Time: A Simple Understanding, and a Deep Question
Science values fulfilled predictions and publicly observable phenomena. Our Lady predicted/promised that a miracle would happen at a specific date, and it did. Secondly, it was seen by many people simultaneously, including some in places in the ...
frankbeswick, 27 days ago
Time: A Simple Understanding, and a Deep Question
Veronica, yes the reference Big Ben is off, but it is what Amazon names the products. i believe the intro image is also called Big Ben, as per the Royal Mint's title for the coin. Thanks for the comment.
blackspanielgallery, 28 days ago
Time: A Simple Understanding, and a Deep Question
Derdriu, thanks for the addition. The spirit realm is such a mystery.
blackspanielgallery, 28 days ago
Foragers' Wines
Acer negundo produces a light syrup that tastes like butterscotch..Wineberries belong to the brambles, all of which make a good wine either alone or with other fruit. Black cherries produce a strong flavour on their own.I have no experience of ...
frankbeswick, 28 days ago
Roman Ghosts in Britain
I believe her, because the sighting fits into a common, well-known pattern. The trouble with stone tape is that stone is everywhere, so why does it only record in a few places? Electricity might play a part, but what? I must reiterate what I ...
frankbeswick, 28 days ago
Foragers' Wines
frankbeswick, Thank you for the photo, practicalities and products. The three foraging books I have but the Wine Folly I'll need to get. It's simple foraging for me to retrieve black walnuts and Chinese chestnuts from the south lawn. But I now ...
DerdriuMarriner, 28 days ago

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