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Walk Free

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I have lots of walking books. All of them have been bought with a half-baked intention of actually doing the walks described within them… which of course, I've only partially succeeded in. I do have some books which I have fully ticked-off, but most of ...

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Review of Pathlands - Peter Owen Jones

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Be transported back into nature with gorgeous paintings and text

Advantages: Colourful illustraions, interesting snippets of information, attractive aged pages
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...The Product Nature Notes of an Edwardian Lady (1905) Hardcover – 1989 by Edith Holden Hardcover: 192 pages Publisher: Webb & Bower/Michael Joseph; 1st edition edition (1989) ISBN-10: 0718133390 ISBN-13: 978-0718133399 Printed in the Netherlands. ...

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Review of The Nature Notes of an Edwardian Lady - Edith Holden

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I do hope this sheepy tale will be contin-ewed !!

Advantages: A powerful and evocative narrative - a must read!
Disadvantages: Difficult to put down!!

~~ The Shepherd's Life: A Tale of the Lake District ~~ ~~ Introduction ~~ “Individuals live and die, but the farms, the flocks and the old families go on.” In May my daughter bought me a book as a ‘thank you’ for entertaining her thre ...

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Review of The Shepherd's Life: A Tale of the Lake District - James Rebanks

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