Semi-dry wine The wine is semi-dry with hints of rose petals, strawberries and fresh plums on the nose. The palate is well balanced, medium bodied and slightly...... more
Semi-dry wine The wine is semi-dry with hints of rose petals, strawberries and fresh plums on the nose. The palate is well balanced, medium bodied and slightly sweet. Dalton Rose was made with the Israeli climate in mind and is particularly suitable for Mediterranean climate and cuisine. Rose makes a particularly good aperitif and is a good accompaniment to a picnic in the park with friends, or fish and seafood dishes.
Big Red Book of American Lutherie Volume 5 - Various
Volume Five (from American Lutherie #49-60, 1997-99.) Highlights include: building sound in classic guitars with Jeffrey Elliott; Jimmy D'Aquisto's archtop...... more
Volume Five (from American Lutherie #49-60, 1997-99.) Highlights include: building sound in classic guitars with Jeffrey Elliott; Jimmy D'Aquisto's archtop guitar design evolution; Joseph Curtin updates the viola; French polishing with Eugene Clark; making compensated saddles; resetting a neck with Jeff Traugott; violin scroll carving with Guy Rabut; using hide glue; modern mandolin family; Frank Ford's fretting process; restoration of Barrios' Simplicio guitar; wood identification; detailed step-by-step guitar making tutorials with Charles Fox (flattop), Boaz Elkayam (Kasha/Schneider style), Rene Baarslag (classical), and Tom Ribbecke (archtop); detailed drawings of Martin uke, Barbero flamenco guitar, concert zither, and travel guitar; Michael Darnton's Violin Q&A series; and meet Augie LoPrinzi, Bonnie Carol, David "Kawika" Hurd, David Gusset, Fred Carlson, Gary Southwell, Grit Laskin, Judy Threet, Hermann Hauser III, Joseph Curtin, Paul Jacobson, Joshia de Jonge, Kent Everett, Linda Manzer, Michael Hornick, Paul McGill, Huss&Dalton, R.E. Brune, Shelley Park, and Steve Kauffman.
Barrow-in-Furness and South Lakeland (OS Landranger Map) - Ordnance Survey
This all purpose OS Landranger Map Sheet 96 covering Barrow-in-Furness & South Lakeland is mainly a single sided, boarded cover map covering an area 40km x 40km...... more
This all purpose OS Landranger Map Sheet 96 covering Barrow-in-Furness & South Lakeland is mainly a single sided, boarded cover map covering an area 40km x 40km that is perfect for walking and mountain biking. The Lake District National Park is designated an Area Of Natural Beauty [AONB] and marked on this OS map 96. Some of the places covered on OS map 96 include Barrow-in-Furness, Walney Island, Morecambe, Heysham, Millom, Silecroft, Bootle, Ravenglass, Grange-over Sands, Flookburgh, Dalton-in-Furness, Torver, Coniston, Broughton-in-Furness and Windermere.
In his second DVD release (see also Live at Phoenix Greyhound Park), The World's Funnyman, Neil Hamburger, clearly has a larger following in Australia, where...... more
In his second DVD release (see also Live at Phoenix Greyhound Park), The World's Funnyman, Neil Hamburger, clearly has a larger following in Australia, where these performances were taped, than he does in America. In Los Angeles, small, dingy nightclubs host Hamburger, the nervous, nerdy comedian who clumsily delivers one-liners about rock musicians ranging from Britney Spears to Madonna to Michael Jackson to Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain. But The World's Funnyman boasts footage of Hamburger cracking jokes at a huge music festival, and footage of his main act reveals a near-stadium-sized Sydney club packed with fans. This DVD contains two "concerts", a short, fictionalized performance in which Hamburger takes on a Malaysian crowd, some music video clips, and a Canadian documentary analyzing Hamburger's genius. Hamburger, part Jerry Lewis, and part Andy Kaufman, has a fiercely commanding stage presence despite his cultivated meek demeanor, making his talent apparent. Sometimes funny, sometimes too weird for words, Neil Hamburger is definitely a character. The World's Funnyman, released by the eternally cool Drag City, captures his poetic intricacies on film. --Trinie Dalton
Swaledale 1904: One Inch Sheet 41 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps - Inch to the Mile) - David Butler
One Inch Sheet 41 Swaledale 1904 - published 2007; intro by David Butler. This One Inch to the Mile map covers much of Swaledale, with coverage stretching...... more
One Inch Sheet 41 Swaledale 1904 - published 2007; intro by David Butler. This One Inch to the Mile map covers much of Swaledale, with coverage stretching from the Pennine moorlands to the argricultural North Yorkshire lowlands. Coverage runs from Arkle Town and Arkengarthdale eastward to Bolton upon Swale and Scorton, and from Melsonby southward to Leyburn. Richmond, Reeth and Leyburn are the only towns on the map. Features include the railway to Richmond and a section at Leyburn, Scotch Corner, Hornby Park, Hipswell Moor, Bellerby Moor, Harkerside Moor, Redmire Moor, Marrick Moor, Reeth Low Moor, Carperby Moor etc. Many mines, almost all of them disused, are shown. On the reverse we include a detailed map showing Catterick Bridge and part of Brompton on Swale. It is not possible to list the many hamlets, farmsteads and other topographical features shown on these maps. However, you may find it useful if we list the towns and principal villages or church parishes that are included on this map. Yorkshire: Ainderby Myers with Holtby, Arrathorne, Barden, Barton, Bellerby, Bolton upon Swale, Brompton on Swale, Castle Bolton, Catterick, Colburn, Constable Burton, Crakehall, Dalton, Downholme, Easby, East Hauxwell, Ellerton upon Swale, Feetham, Gayles, Gilling, Grinton, Hackforth, Hipswell, Hornby, Hudswell, Hunton, Killerby, Kirby Hill, Langthorne, Langthwaite, Leyburn, Marrick, Marske, Melsonby, Middleton Tyas, Moulton, Patrick Brompton, Preston under Scare, Ravensworth, Redmire, Reeth, Richmond, Scorton, Scotton, Skeeby, Stainton, Tunstall, Uckerby, West Hauxwell, Whashton.
Ripon, Thirsk and District 1891: One Inch Sheet 52 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps - Inch to the Mile) - John Gough
One Inch Sheet 52 Ripon, Thirsk & District 1891 - published 2008; intro by John Gough. This One Inch to the Mile map covers an expanse of North Yorkshire that...... more
One Inch Sheet 52 Ripon, Thirsk & District 1891 - published 2008; intro by John Gough. This One Inch to the Mile map covers an expanse of North Yorkshire that includes Ripon and Thirsk. Coverage stretches from West Tinfield eastward to Coxwold, and from North Otterington southward to Ripon. Features include several long closed railways, including those stretching northward from Ripon and the Thirsk Branch; Newburgh Park, Sutton Bank, and the lower reaches of the River Swale. On the reverse we include a detailed map of the village of Topcliffe. It is not possible to list the many hamlets, farmsteads and other topographical features shown on these maps. However, you may find it useful if we list the towns and principal villages or church parishes that are included on this map. Yorkshire: Boltby, Brafferton, Burneston, Carlton Miniott, Cold Kirkby, Coxwold, Cundall, Dalton, Dishforth, Feliskirk, Great Thirkleby, Husthwaite, Hutton Conyers, Kilburn, Kirkby Knowle, Kirky Wiske, Kirklington, Newby Wiske, North Otterington, North Stainley, Old Byland, Pickhill, Raskelf, Ripon, Scawton, Sessay, South Kilvington, South Otterington, Sowerby, Thirsk, Thormanby, Thornton le Street, Topcliffe, Wath, Well.West Tinfield.
Alan Balls True Blood series works well for television, as it has enough sensationalism to tantalise and enough story girth to make the viewer care about the...... more
Alan Balls True Blood series works well for television, as it has enough sensationalism to tantalise and enough story girth to make the viewer care about the characters. That one can finally invest emotion into monsters, including an undead Civil War victim, a transformer who can shapeshift into various animals, and a female mind reader, speaks volumes about Americas willingness to accept fantasy. Of course, television has always produced good fantasy shows (I Dream of Jeannie), but True Bloods Southern Goth brand of fun horror is more macabre and more perverse, not to mention gorier, than most shows of its kind to date. Adapted from Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse novels, True Blood thrills because of its equal blend in each episode of erotica, humour, tragedy, mystery, and fantasy. Set in a rural, swampy Louisiana parish, the show centers around Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and her clan, sweet grandmother Adele (Lois Smith) and air-headed brother Jason (Ryan Kwanten). Illicit love is spawned early on, when Sookie saves vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) from having his blood stolen in the parking lot of Merlottes diner, owned by Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) who completes what will form a complex love triangle. As tensions between Sookies suitors loosen or tighten, many side plots, such as her African American best friend Taras (Rutina Wesley) struggle with an alcoholic, Bible-thumping mother and her brothers dangerous crush on drug-addicted hippie Amy Burley (Lizzy Caplan), keep one wondering who will succeed in this podunk place. The main tension throughout, however, is a race war waged between vampires and humans. As murders of fang bangers occur (human girls who let vampires bite them) and dumb policeman Andy Bellefleur (Chris Bauer) fails to find clues, one sees the metaphorical implications of vampirism and feels deeper resonance with what can be a downright trashy show. Gossip galore, especially about what kinds of babies interbreeding will produce, is rampant. One of the funniest characters is Taras flamboyant cousin, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis), who deals drugs, works as a fry cook, and services the local white politicians, while making sure hes always up in everyones business. What makes True Blood smarter than pure soap opera is the parallels it draws between its monster mash and actual, familiar social problems. Sookie and her friends watch the news where Evangelicals bash vampires and prohibit mixed marriage and everyone is addicted to V, a.k.a vampire blood, that effects like psychedelic heroin. Even its gore reflects a mix of serious and silly, as vampires explode into red, sticky goop. Though it may not be attempting to qualify for the best vampire footage ever shot, True Blood is as addictive as that substance the towns youth obsesses over, which is a metaphor in itself. --Trinie Dalton
Advantages: Good lay-out, very clean and lots of shops. Disadvantages: Not a huge assortment of 'designer' clothes
...Dalton Park boasts 'Top brands, without paying Top Whack. That's Park Life'. But is this really the case?
~ Location & How to Get There ~
Dalton Park is on the A69 just outside of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear.
From the North
Join the A19 southbound, take the B1285 which is signposted for Murton and follow the signs for Dalton Park.
I live near Whitley Bay so it's very easy to get to...
...South Lakes Wild Animal Park is about 10 minutes away from us, so we visit at least twice a year, and we are never bored.
The park is fairly unique in that many of the animals are free roaming, or are allowed to roam within their own areas in amongst the visitors. The free roaming animals are found in the Australasia section of the park, with lemurs, kangaroos, emus etc, Food can be purchased...
Advantages: Excellent layout and design Disadvantages: Poor range of shops, poor product range
..., but were able to get for less. Factory outlets do not, therefore, contain bargains.
Dalton Park, in Murton near Sunderland is a Retail Factory Outlet boasting sixty plus outlets selling the best in designer goods at knock off prices. Their managers and staff will be keen to persuade you that there is nothing wrong with the stock. There are no quality seconds here. All the stock on sale...