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Port Isaac (SR17) Beach and Coastal Print http://www.thewhistlefish.com/product/p-sr17-port-isaac-art-print-by-steve-read #portisaac #cornwall

Thin Tim and Big Bertha - traditional British seaside image from 1950's of skinny lifeguard to the rescue of overweight lady. Face in the hole boards for hire from www.pictureputt.co.uk

Blue Ribbon Canning takes readers on a canning journey and celebrates two American traditions--preserved food and state fairs--with more than 140 prize-winning recipes for jams, preserves, pickles, ve More

Alder, Ogham name Fearn, rules 18th March to 14th April and is sacred to Bran. When Bran the Blessed, giant king of ancient Welsh legend, set out to rescue his sister Branwen from Ireland, he laid himself down for his men to use as a bridge to cross the sea. Alder piles are still used as foundations for bridges, as the oily wood does not rot in water.

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