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The Great January 2004 Storm165 viewsWe'd been warned for several days (including full page newspaper articles) that the Great Storm was coming. And, of course, the weather was beautiful. But the storm finally hit on January 28 2004, and lasted precisely ten minutes. This is our front garden at Whitecroft viewed through the snow.
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Marjorie with Bolex Camera158 viewsPoor Marjorie. I got her to pose with the Bolex camera so I could take a photo for eBay. I think her wrist hurt for a week.
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Marjorie and night vision goggles1527 viewsWe purchased these Russian-made night vision goggles at a Photokina show in 1996 or so. They were impossible to wear and to use. With all the publicity surrounding night vision during Gulf War II, we decided it was time to eBay them. Poor Marjorie got to be the night vision goggle model.
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Dinner at Brown's - Worcester174 viewsNick Nagel, Shauna, Marjorie, Steve Patch, and Jane Nagel at our old stomping ground --- Brown's.
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The Women's Institute147 viewsBrenda Bamford, Marjorie's mother (Marjorie 1), Irene Burns, and the most senior member of the W.I.
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Marjorie gathering contributions from the W.I.140 viewsMarjorie needed some change for the parking meter in Worcester.
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Irene Burns, Marjorie, and Marjorie 1157 viewsAt Lucies Farm, in front of the cattle.
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Irene Burns, Marjorie, and Marjorie 1129 viewsWith Highland Cattle in the background
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Marjorie and the Hand Knit Harry Potter Sweater165 viewsThis is the size they ordered. Isn't it?
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Daffodils at Madresfield165 viewsSpring in England, 2003
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Craig - or is it Orson Wells?179 views
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Severn Bore - 2003151 viewsWe'd lived near the River Severn for a long time and had never seen the Severn Bore. It's a big wave that comes up river usually once each month. Customarily, only two of the annual bores are really big --- and this was one of them. We had breakfast at (where else?) the Severn Bore Pub.
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