Monthly Archives: June 2012

A Bronze Aged temple to the gods or a 20th century make over: is Stonehenge all its cracked up to be?

Standing resolutely and unflinching as a bold statement of intent to anyone even thinking of trying to tell them to ‘budge up’, the huge monolithic stones have been protruding from the Salisbury Plains like an ancient eruption for thousands of … Continue reading

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The women were described as Amazonian & the Buddle River ‘ran red’. It was a war zone in Lyme Regis.

The Pearl of Dorset with its stunning scenery and views; part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline; a famous seaside resort with the highly acclaimed Cobb and exciting fossil forays. Such are the enticements of this wonderful part of the … Continue reading

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Mighty oaks from little acorns grow so plant the seeds of success as early as possible

When my son started to show signs of an inventive and imaginative mind, I invested in a 250 page Pukka Pad Project Book and told him to start writing everything down, no matter how short the paragraph or how spectacular the … Continue reading

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Are you planning to get married? Perhaps you should think about divorce first. (My June article from my website

It would seem that ‘those whom God has joined’ are no longer waiting until death to be parted as divorce figures start to rise. Is this linked to the end of the recession as we start to see our personal … Continue reading

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