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  1. #71

    Especially for you xXx

    Shame the car got in the picture, but this is the main road into our town.
    Back in the 50s and 60s the boys who attended Tonbridge School were the most appalling snobs, treated the town folk like dirt, and we in return hated the straw boater wearing posh twits.
    Now they learn about community service, help out charities and are really quite nice

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  2. #72
    what beautiful surroundings to experience
    current dynamics within!
    i love transformational endings like that!

    it can be hard to teach respectful, reflective,
    wise leadership in social fabrics
    that favor title/position/authorization, etc.
    not that i would have any current reasons
    clarify my expectations in leadershi*.


    do they garden yet?

  3. #73

    Wet and miserable

    When you're wet and miserable personal space is important.

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  4. #74

    No snow, but lots of Snowdrops

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    Another soggy day in paradise!

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  6. #76

    Medieval Ightham Mote

    Went for a rather muddy walk to 14c Ightham mote. Described as one of the oldest and loveliest medieval manor houses to survive in England (by the National Trust guide book) A footpath running along the side of it gives all the photo opportunities you could want for free!

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  7. #77
    this set should be a writing prompt.
    fab!

  8. #78

    Strange Creatures and Invading Species

    The keepers of the gate.

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    Always read the label or you might regret buying that ‘cute little bamboo plant’

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    Tail end of the Beast from the East

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