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Eventides
Tol Eressea

Feb 21, 5:00pm


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*gets keys, unlocks doors* Welcome to Friday Fiesta! :D

Hey everyone! I'm subbing today. :) As always, please feel free to choose your food/drink/music/etc., and tell us about your past week and/or upcoming weekend!

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"I stepped out of my body to let God slide in; although I'm still dressed in flesh that I spiritually died in. Alive in Christ a new creation started breathin', Life exists and through this came completion. ... I'm not that person anymore (more!)! That's what blood was shed for! No longer a failure, livin' life more abundantly, therefore you'll never see me livin' less than victory."
John Reuben.

"Desperation, needing You; every last breath I scream for You. Shatter me into a million pieces, make me new. ... Break me, mold me, make me what You want me to be; I am Yours, for You to use, so take and replace me with You."
Family Force 5.

"Under a light in Bethlehem, I was sifting through the sand; the saline burned my eyes, I was looking for Your hand. I gave up on myself, and left my pride disarmed; I cried out 'I'm alone!' and found myself in Your arms. 'Rest in Me, oh, My love; I have loved you before the world began. Rest in Me, oh, My love; you'll never wander too far to reach My hand.'"
Showbread.


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 21, 5:21pm


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Hey, Evey! Got some coffee brewing behind the bar?

It's a sunny but chilly day. Yesterday we had a soup/salad/bread luncheon here (I brought a pasta salad which the staff devoured - new recipe, looks like it's a keeper! Laugh), and we're all nibbling on a few leftovers today.

I was at my Mom-in-law's all last weekend, so I'll need to do some house-cleaning this weekend. There's no snow on the ground - I do miss having a bit in winter! I'm wondering if we're going to get walloped with a major snowstorm or two in March...

How's things with you?


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Eventides
Tol Eressea

Feb 21, 5:38pm


Views: 391
Sure thing! :) *pours*

Well, we have plenty of snow here, LOL-- I'd send you some, but I suspect it wouldn't survive the trip... WinkTongueLaugh
Glad the new recipe was a success, and hope you have a great weekend (despite the cleaning, LOL), dernwyn! :)

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"I stepped out of my body to let God slide in; although I'm still dressed in flesh that I spiritually died in. Alive in Christ a new creation started breathin', Life exists and through this came completion. ... I'm not that person anymore (more!)! That's what blood was shed for! No longer a failure, livin' life more abundantly, therefore you'll never see me livin' less than victory."
John Reuben.

"Desperation, needing You; every last breath I scream for You. Shatter me into a million pieces, make me new. ... Break me, mold me, make me what You want me to be; I am Yours, for You to use, so take and replace me with You."
Family Force 5.

"Under a light in Bethlehem, I was sifting through the sand; the saline burned my eyes, I was looking for Your hand. I gave up on myself, and left my pride disarmed; I cried out 'I'm alone!' and found myself in Your arms. 'Rest in Me, oh, My love; I have loved you before the world began. Rest in Me, oh, My love; you'll never wander too far to reach My hand.'"
Showbread.


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 21, 5:59pm


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Heh! Thanks, Evey, you too! //

 


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Ataahua
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Feb 21, 7:41pm


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A mimosa to start the day, please barkeep!

I'm at my computer eating cereal and listening to evidence that one of my neighbours has a rooster. One part of me thinks it's cute; another part is glad I'm not an immediate neighbour. (The blighter won't shut up.)

Overnight we finally, finally got decent rain! Proper saturating rain that the thirsty ground can drink in. I've got my fingers crossed that the front reached the places around the North Island that are desperately dry - including a friend in the north whose water tank is down to a fortnight's supply if they're very careful with their use.

Happy end of the week, everyone! :)

Celebrimbor: "Pretty rings..."
Dwarves: "Pretty rings..."
Men: "Pretty rings..."
Sauron: "Mine's better."

"Ah, how ironic, the addictive qualities of Sauronís master weapon led to its own destruction. Which just goes to show, kids - if you want two small and noble souls to succeed on a mission of dire importance... send an evil-minded beggar with them too." - Gandalf's Diaries, final par, by Ufthak.


Fantasy novel - The Arcanist's Tattoo

My LOTR fan-fiction


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Eventides
Tol Eressea

Feb 21, 7:45pm


Views: 382
*gets glass, pours*

Rooster: LOL, wow. And glad you all are finally starting to get some rain! Here's hoping there's more on the way! :)
Hope you have a great weekend, Ataahua!

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"I stepped out of my body to let God slide in; although I'm still dressed in flesh that I spiritually died in. Alive in Christ a new creation started breathin', Life exists and through this came completion. ... I'm not that person anymore (more!)! That's what blood was shed for! No longer a failure, livin' life more abundantly, therefore you'll never see me livin' less than victory."
John Reuben.

"Desperation, needing You; every last breath I scream for You. Shatter me into a million pieces, make me new. ... Break me, mold me, make me what You want me to be; I am Yours, for You to use, so take and replace me with You."
Family Force 5.

"Under a light in Bethlehem, I was sifting through the sand; the saline burned my eyes, I was looking for Your hand. I gave up on myself, and left my pride disarmed; I cried out 'I'm alone!' and found myself in Your arms. 'Rest in Me, oh, My love; I have loved you before the world began. Rest in Me, oh, My love; you'll never wander too far to reach My hand.'"
Showbread.


Eventides
Tol Eressea

Feb 21, 8:00pm


Views: 377
*Sets out Self-Serve sign* Thanks for having me as a sub today, everyone, and I hope you all have great weekends! :) //

 

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"I stepped out of my body to let God slide in; although I'm still dressed in flesh that I spiritually died in. Alive in Christ a new creation started breathin', Life exists and through this came completion. ... I'm not that person anymore (more!)! That's what blood was shed for! No longer a failure, livin' life more abundantly, therefore you'll never see me livin' less than victory."
John Reuben.

"Desperation, needing You; every last breath I scream for You. Shatter me into a million pieces, make me new. ... Break me, mold me, make me what You want me to be; I am Yours, for You to use, so take and replace me with You."
Family Force 5.

"Under a light in Bethlehem, I was sifting through the sand; the saline burned my eyes, I was looking for Your hand. I gave up on myself, and left my pride disarmed; I cried out 'I'm alone!' and found myself in Your arms. 'Rest in Me, oh, My love; I have loved you before the world began. Rest in Me, oh, My love; you'll never wander too far to reach My hand.'"
Showbread.


Kimi
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 21, 8:25pm


Views: 381
Hi everyone! Still adventuring.

We made our way across to the West Coast of the South Island yesterday, through the remnants of some heavy rain that made the steep, bush-covered landscape even more dramatic than usual. Waterfalls on all sides (some actually spilling over the road), with the permanent ones in full flow and hundreds of temporary falls. A lovely journey, but we were ready to settle in to our cozy lodgings when we got here at last.

From before we headed west:
Where we stopped for lunch when kayaking on Lake Manapouri.
Fiordland, a road trip on the part of the road not closed by the recent storms:
Eglinton Valley.
Mirror Lakes

One of the waterfalls from yesterday.

Tomorrow we plan to get back out on the water. Today's a rain day, and we're going to visit some kiwi (the feathered sort).

Wishing everyone a pleasant weekend.


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Kimi
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Feb 21, 8:28pm


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*Fingers crossed*

for your friend, and for rain up our way, too. It's no use even trying to book a water tanker at the moment.

No shortage of it down here, of course :)


The Passing of Mistress Rose
My historical novels

Do we find happiness so often that we should turn it off the box when it happens to sit there?

- A Room With a View


Ataahua
Superuser / Moderator


Feb 21, 8:52pm


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I love that drive from Wanaka to Haast pass.

'Dramatic' doesn't even start to describe the landscape. I must return there sometime.

How is your foot doing?

Celebrimbor: "Pretty rings..."
Dwarves: "Pretty rings..."
Men: "Pretty rings..."
Sauron: "Mine's better."

"Ah, how ironic, the addictive qualities of Sauronís master weapon led to its own destruction. Which just goes to show, kids - if you want two small and noble souls to succeed on a mission of dire importance... send an evil-minded beggar with them too." - Gandalf's Diaries, final par, by Ufthak.


Fantasy novel - The Arcanist's Tattoo

My LOTR fan-fiction


Kimi
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 22, 1:59am


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It's only the second time

we've done that drive, and the first was nigh on twenty years ago. Certainly worth a repeat visit.

The foot is behaving fairly well, thanks for asking. Very little pain,although a bit of grumbling today because it's jolly *cold* out there (12 degrees at 2 pm).

We just saw a bunch of tuatara, and one is called Ataahua :)


The Passing of Mistress Rose
My historical novels

Do we find happiness so often that we should turn it off the box when it happens to sit there?

- A Room With a View


Ataahua
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Feb 22, 2:43am


Views: 348
Preferring to live alone and spend a long time without moving?


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We just saw a bunch of tuatara, and one is called Ataahua :)


Sounds like my spirit animal. Cool

Celebrimbor: "Pretty rings..."
Dwarves: "Pretty rings..."
Men: "Pretty rings..."
Sauron: "Mine's better."

"Ah, how ironic, the addictive qualities of Sauronís master weapon led to its own destruction. Which just goes to show, kids - if you want two small and noble souls to succeed on a mission of dire importance... send an evil-minded beggar with them too." - Gandalf's Diaries, final par, by Ufthak.


Fantasy novel - The Arcanist's Tattoo

My LOTR fan-fiction


Kimi
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 22, 2:53am


Views: 341
She sometimes goes a whole metre in a day! //

 


The Passing of Mistress Rose
My historical novels

Do we find happiness so often that we should turn it off the box when it happens to sit there?

- A Room With a View


ElanorTX
Grey Havens


Feb 22, 8:38am


Views: 332
Building a cat house

(well, assembling) a shelter for the abandoned and feral cats outside. They seem afraid of the plastic flaps, so we are trying to lure them in with cat food cans of smelly salmon. The shelter has a heated pad now that our week of winter weather has arrived.
Mr. E. finished his tax returns today and expects a refund which he will use on graduate tuition.

I'm going back into physical therapy to avoid the "I've fallen and I can't get up" scenario caused by weak muscles and a sedentary lifestyle.
Early voting for the Super Tuesday political primaries has already begun. Decisions, decisions ...
Best wishes to all TORnsibs whatever your rainfall and temperature.

"I shall not wholly fail if anything can still grow fair in days to come."



grammaboodawg
Immortal


Feb 22, 1:44pm


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Hey there, Evey!

Thank you for taking such great care of us!

I GOT SKUNKED!!! :D Not literally, but odourificly (last Tuesday). As I've said before, it's one of my 3 signs of Spring coming soon! The smell of skunks fills the air as they come out of hibernation is usually the first, followed by syrup buckets being hung on the town's Sugar Maple Trees (none yet), and topped off by Canadian geese flying overhead. I love the sound of their wings cutting through the air. You can tell they're moving a lot of air and torque by how pronounced it is.

I'm going to watch the true story of the 1980 US Olympic Hockey Team's 40th Anniversary (today!) win against the Soviet Union's long-dominant team. One of the best come-from-behind stories of incredible team-work and determination ever, imho. It's known as the greatest sports moment in the 20th century. If you haven't seen the movie "Miracle", give it a look. During the final game, much of the announcer's calls are the actual recording... including that last exciting shout! *goosebumps*



I'm also a bit nervous because I just committed to assembling and painting the Mumak of Harad model. I've always preferred this version of the great Oliphaunt that captured Sam's imagination to the "official" statue of the fallen Mumak.... so I'm pretty geeked about this and really, really hope it turns out! I won't be starting it for a while, but I'm gathering all the supplies I'll need that I don't already have. *bites nails*

Have a great weekend everyone!




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grammaboodawg
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Feb 22, 2:03pm


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Those potlucks/luncheons are always a good idea

It's nice for everyone to get together in a non-work-related gathering. You better pass along that salad recipe!!! ;)

How is your Mom-in-law doing? I was thinking of all of you last weekend. It's so wonderful how you all have each other. *big hug* Cleaning? What's cleaning, Precious?

I'm having the same kind of weather as you. Today (Saturday) the temp is about 45 degrees... 20-30 degrees warmer than it should be. I'm not complaining! But I am concerned about what the Summer will be like.

Have a wonderful NON CLEANING weekend ;)




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grammaboodawg
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Feb 22, 2:14pm


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Something to crow about!?!

Never necessary for a rooster! But in the distance (far distant), its like a train whistle or a lighthouse fog horn... there's something endearing about it. Being in the country here, I'm surprised there's aren't more roosters and chickens. Having it that close does make it inescapable... so I hope he calms down once he properly claims his territory.

There is a farm about 2 miles away that has peacocks. I pass by them during my walks around the block. Now THERE is something I would shudder to live any closer to! Mercy they're call is loud and obnoxious! Makes you think you're in the jungle. But they're very neat to watch and I love their feathers!

I hope the rain fills everyone's tanks. Not so much that it causes damage, but a replenishing wash would be so great. It also gives you a break from watering your garden/flowers.

Have a great weekend!




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grammaboodawg
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Feb 22, 2:25pm


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*gasp* Wonderful pics!

I imagine the smell of that atmosphere is just as refreshing! Wow... I'm so glad you were able to make this fantastic journey... and I hope you're not too uncomfortable and are healing fast! Thank you for this! Wonderful!




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grammaboodawg
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Feb 22, 2:42pm


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That's so great!

Making a shelter for your outdoor kitties is awesome! Especially with the heating pad. I have to admit I didn't have much luck making an enclosure like that for my outdoor cats. They seemed to be scared of being in an place where they couldn't see their surroundings, so I ended up putting a large platform in the garage at the window (so can see out) with some clean straw (doesn't mold like hay) and old blankets. I also built a fortress up to the ceiling of stacked straw bales leaving their entry about 2 ft between the bales. I have a heat lamp WELL AWAY from the bales hanging from the rafter overhead for the bitterly cold days (sub-zero). That's the only place they'd hang out. So I hope yours works! It could be that me being in farm country has a different intensity/necessity for preservation. Let us know how it goes :D

I really hope there is a refund coming. I ended paying out last year for the first time in my life. I usually got about $300 back every year; but had to pay $240. No change in income since I'm retired. So it kinda felt like a $540 hit I wasn't expecting. *sigh* My kids and sibs had the same outcome.

Have a great weekend, m'dear! :D




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dernwyn
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Feb 23, 2:20am


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Heh!

I took some time today to make oatmeal-chocolate chip cookies, haven't done that in ages! Laugh

Mom's doing as well as can be. She's working through the loneliness part of it now, actually shooing us out so she can have her time alone. But we did leave her with a jigsaw puzzle to finish, a nice wintery scene with homes and ice skaters.

That salad: Cook half a bag of very small pasta.
While it's cooking, chop up a small head of broccoli, a red pepper, a small red onion, a seeded cucumber, and an 8-ounce bar of cheddar jack or other cheese (make small cubes), and mix in a large bowl. Then mix 3/4 cup mayo, 2 tsp cider vinegar, 1 tsp sugar, dash of salt & pepper in a small bowl. Dump the cooked pasta into the large bowl, add the mayo mix, and mix it all together and chill. I used ditalini pasta the first time, next I'll try it with the tiny shell pasta.

I'm concerned the bushes will start budding...not good, if the temps turn cold again!


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dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 23, 2:22am


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Yay for the rain!

And a decent one, at that! Did you find out if your friend got any of the rain?


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dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 23, 2:25am


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That water is so clear!

What a dream it must be, paddling around there. Cool

*looks up "tuatara"* Those are actually rather handsome-looking (for lizards). Are they friendly?


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dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 23, 2:31am


Views: 242
Feral cats

That's a nice thing to do! Do you have quite a few in your area?

Best of wishes for the physical therapy, I know you'll be good about not overdoing it!


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 23, 2:35am


Views: 241
*pinches nose*

The poor skunks are becoming regular roadkill around here!

I think I saw "Miracle", a long time ago; it's on my must-see-again list. 40th anniversary of that - already? Shocked

Oh, what a statue! Best of luck with getting it all together and painted, gramma, you've got to post a pic when it's done! Smile


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


Ataahua
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Feb 23, 8:52am


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Not very much.

I think more showers are due in the coming week so maybe she'll get lucky.

Celebrimbor: "Pretty rings..."
Dwarves: "Pretty rings..."
Men: "Pretty rings..."
Sauron: "Mine's better."

"Ah, how ironic, the addictive qualities of Sauronís master weapon led to its own destruction. Which just goes to show, kids - if you want two small and noble souls to succeed on a mission of dire importance... send an evil-minded beggar with them too." - Gandalf's Diaries, final par, by Ufthak.


Fantasy novel - The Arcanist's Tattoo

My LOTR fan-fiction


grammaboodawg
Immortal


Feb 23, 2:59pm


Views: 385
Oh good...

It's good she feels strong enough to chase ya'll out ;) We used to leave Mom with puzzles, too. Usually the next visit she'd have one set up and ready to go on the folding table in the corner surrounded by chairs.


Thanks for the recipe!!! I'll have to take it with me when I go visit my Balti peeps this Spring!




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Greenwood Hobbit
Tol Eressea


Feb 23, 4:02pm


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Ah, peacocks...

that mournful cry, the elegance of the plumage - but not forgetting the small-dog-sized squits to be avoided and the other cry, which is rather like a truck horn honking! I stayed once at the 16th century gatehouse of Gwydir Castle in North Wales - very atmospheric, if rather chilly - and the peacocks roamed free in the grounds and used to sit on the roof and honk! If the link works (copy and paste?), the gatehouse is the small building to left of picture. The doorkey was 6" long and the walls were an armslength thick.https://www.walescottageholidays.co.uk/...wag232-the-gatehouse

Best of luck with the Mumak, gramma - a keen eye and a steady hand required for that!
I had the grandsons for a sleepover on Friday night - fun, as always, and they didn't wake me up until after 7am which was a bonus. Enjoy what's left of your weekend, one and all!


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Annael
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Feb 23, 5:24pm


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ow

I too have realized I must be much more diligent about strength training. I walk a lot, but I've run into other problems because walking only exercises a select group of muscles. Lucky for me a couple of my closest friends are PTs and they've given me exercises to do.

My primary physician told me when I turned 50 to start doing balance exercises, which is the other vital thing once one gets to a certain level of maturity.

So I will be exercising in solidarity with you! Here's to rapid improvement for both of us. (Hoists healthy smoothie)

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dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 23, 10:05pm


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What a pleasant getaway!

I made the link "clickable". They've managed to squeeze all the amenities into a small space - are there plenty of grounds for walks around?

LOL, I'm happy when the cat doesn't wake me before 7 a.m. on the weekend! Laugh What did you and the boys do for fun?


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Kimi
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 24, 2:00am


Views: 344
Friendly enough

for the staffer at the wildlife centre to handle this one. But she said we'd better be hands-off, as they might bite when startled. And as they have *three* rows of teeth, that bite can be quite something!

Fascinating critters. They pre-date dinosaurs, they're the only surviving remnant of their branch of life, and they have a third eye!


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My historical novels

Do we find happiness so often that we should turn it off the box when it happens to sit there?

- A Room With a View


Ataahua
Superuser / Moderator


Feb 24, 4:01am


Views: 337
Awww, it's a toddler!

Or maybe a teenager - not sure of the growth chart. Laugh

Celebrimbor: "Pretty rings..."
Dwarves: "Pretty rings..."
Men: "Pretty rings..."
Sauron: "Mine's better."

"Ah, how ironic, the addictive qualities of Sauronís master weapon led to its own destruction. Which just goes to show, kids - if you want two small and noble souls to succeed on a mission of dire importance... send an evil-minded beggar with them too." - Gandalf's Diaries, final par, by Ufthak.


Fantasy novel - The Arcanist's Tattoo

My LOTR fan-fiction


Greenwood Hobbit
Tol Eressea


Feb 24, 9:07am


Views: 314
Thanks for doing that -

it's a lovely spot and you have free access to walk around the grounds. There is also a slightly more roomy coach house conversion available for rent. The 'castle' itself - not really a castle but a Tudor manor house - is very interesting, The owners light a huge log fire in the main room to keep the place aired and make it feel more inhabited.
I only had the boys until lunchtime on Saturday but we fitted in a couple of games (they like Top Trumps - I have Harry Potter and Avengers versions - and Snap) and a trip to the swings, as it had stopped raining.


grammaboodawg
Immortal


Feb 24, 12:48pm


Views: 302
*drools* How lovely!

Geez, that Gatehouse is incredible! The atmosphere of history would be overwhelming! I'm so glad you had fun with the g'sons and that they were good for you to get some extra sleep! You're training them well ;)




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Greenwood Hobbit
Tol Eressea


Feb 24, 9:36pm


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It just oozed atmosphere...

although when I went, there was just the open stone fireplace that sucked all the heat out; I could sit on the sofa in front of the fire and still see my breath! I see they have a closed woodburner now, which might not be as authentic, but makes a lot of sense. I sat there imagining all the people who would have passed through by the gatehouse over the years. I particularly remember an old cedar tree in the grounds which was one of a number planted to celebrate Charles I's wedding in 1625. Mind-boggling place.


Kimi
Forum Admin / Moderator


Feb 25, 3:03am


Views: 256
Teenager.

I think she was 16/17, from memory. Likely to outlive us all!


The Passing of Mistress Rose
My historical novels

Do we find happiness so often that we should turn it off the box when it happens to sit there?

- A Room With a View