Monthly Archives: June 2012

Frenchman’s Creek

Those of you who have been enjoying the ding dong going on across the web on http://www.stuck-in-a-book.blogspot.co.uk may enjoy this: http://bibliojunkie.wordpress.com/2011/09/17/frenchmans-creek-by-daphne-du-maurier Advertisements

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In a Rectory Garden

After all those lists, here is another, but this time it’s a recipe: Take quantities of wind, sun, gazebo, marquee, tea, cake, scones, jam & cream. Mix with a jolly group of all ages, some watercolour paints and paintbrushes, several … Continue reading

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Ins and Outs

In: 7 plastic tables with removable legs 40 plastic chairs 2 large teapots 4 plastic cake stands with lids 4 large thermos flasks a large bag full of bunting 9 plastic trays Out: 3 x 8″ garden canes 2 x … Continue reading

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Guess what!

Now, tell me – what is the connection between: a Bishop a book group a cup of coffee smarties a deep hole in the road a heavy box of library books a kind, hairy workman a fruit-filled sponge cake a … Continue reading

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