Thursday, 21 Mar 2019

South cotswolds

«100 mile bike routes» Chris  Sidwells South cotswolds This ride around the southern half of the Cotswolds starts in an ancient Roman city, looks at the Wiltshire Downs, then grapples with the Cotswold Edge, while playing hide and seek with the infant River Thames. Also, it clearly shows the contrast between the steep western edge and […]

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Romney Marsh

“Best 100 mile bike routes” Chris Sidwells Romney Marsh Romney Marsh is the collective name given to a group of marshes located behind the Kent and East Sussex coast. It has a distinctive look and an interesting history. This includes acting as a haven for smugglers, supporting a fishing industry and playing a crucial role […]

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Poppy and Pumpkin Strudel

New Year’s Cookbook Hector Jimenez-Bravo POPPY AND PUMPKIN STRUDEL HISTORY: The designation strudel is derived from “stredan”, the Old High German word for “to surge, to roar”, and refers to the spiral shape. The origin of dough is probably the Near East. One can assume that during Moorish times, strudel dough was brought from North […]

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The Aging Experience

Getting Real about Getting Older Linda Stroh, Karen Brees THE AGING EXPERIENCE. NOW YOU SEE ME, NOW YOU DON’T “I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me…” Ralph Ellison We may not remember the first time we experienced invisibility, and we’re not sure how to label it. It’s something akin to loneliness. […]

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