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February 19, 2009


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Hey, what a wonderful afternoon out, a little bit for you and a little bit for them, that's what life is all about.....


Lucy, your afternoon sounded fab! Our kids were off last week and I had to laugh because although mine are now 12 and 10 they had the SAME sofa fight. Even funnier is the fact that we have two sofas in the room, so technically there is no reason for the argument. I wonder have yours had the "he/shes looking at me" fight or is that still to come. Have a lovely day - jacquix


The Salt Mill looks great. I like the Art Nouveau looking Aspidistra stand with yellow flowers. Nothing so good to look at around here so I am off to B & Q with my son to look at plant pots!!! I don't think he will find that very inspiring (me neither). Thanks for another look into your daily life. The little people are very fortunate to have an interesting Mummy who takes them out on a journey by train.


it's a favourite destination of ours too, all those art materials for sale (at great expense) and the books, oh the books! last time we went my two curled up on a big red sofa and read and read and read. and then there was cake!


ahha, not only the children are having holiday, u are holiday-ing with them too. keep us posted with ur activities ya... enjoy ur holiday...

susan hall

Yes, I also love Saltaire And Salts Mill. Did you go and look at the almshouses up the hill and across the main road? they are lovely too.
There are quite afew of these workers "villages" in the north west all good to visit.
Lovely lovely photographs as ever Lucy.


Never been to salts mills before but it looks like a good day out, I agree with you the colours in that painting are fantastic.



Sounds like a perfect afternoon. I've been to Salts Mill a couple of times, when we've driven up through England and I love it!

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