Monthly Archives: November 2011

Hand and Face

I (Duncan) was back at Northumberlandia during last week.  The landform construction is almost complete but will soon have to stop for the winter.  It’s a little ahead of schedule as the autumn has been kind in terms of weather.  … Continue reading

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Clints Quarry

We were over in Cumbria; Duncan went over to give a talk on our time in the Turks and Caicos Islands and the rest of the family came over at the weekend.  Our Saturday trip out took us to Clints … Continue reading

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Path Head Mill and sheep counting

Today was the AGM of the North East Mills Group and we were all at Path Head Watermill in Blaydon to enjoy the site in the November sunshine.  Duncan had a short talk to give on the salt industry of … Continue reading

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High House Autumn

A trip to High House Farm Brewery this afternoon gave us a chance to have a short walk in the beautiful autumn sunshine.  Clear blue skies today but while the sun still has some warmth, as soon as it goes … Continue reading

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