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The moth eaten books

Yorkshire 10 - Doncaster - Brodsworth Hall, the will and the national debt

June 7th 2016
Today was a day of two halves. A house the first half and the garden the second. I have a plan. My plan is to go somewhere every week. My plan includes drawing a circle of about 50 miles from our home. 50 miles takes us about 35 minutes of travel. My plans include finding somewhere different to go to every week or so. So last week we went to Worksop to the lovely house of Mr Straw. Today the sun w ... read more
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12th June 2016

Moth eaten
Too bad they have not taken the time to preserve and protect.
12th June 2016

moths and insects
I think the family just locked up and ignored everything living in just three rooms. I hate to think what sort of state the house was in when it was given to English Heritage. It must have been a crawling nightmare. Booked our train for Europe in September. Looking foward and counting the days down. Little Rock always sounds fascinating to me. We spent some time in Chicago a few years back and I would love to come back again. We have relatives in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin and other parts of the states

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