Chapters 45-46 of Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen.
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• Pairfect sock yarn from Schachenmayr, carried in the US here. • Ohio Valley Natural Fibers (the really cool mill with the antique machinery) (Thank you, Martha) • Any advice for washing stinky dog fur for spinning? Let me know if the comments below, on a voicemail (206-350-1642), or email me. • FB PAGE vs FB GROUP • Knightshaze Gardens National Trust, Tiverton (link takes you to a Google page-o-pics)
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| Book Talk - 16± minutes |
• Tintern grounds and a bit of the story • The audiobook of Wolf Hall is second only to Bleak House (the Audible version read by a female/male duo), IMHO.
• Austen's Henry VIII quote: *"The Crimes & Cruelties of [Henry VIII], were too numerous to be mentioned, (as this history I trust has fully shewn;) & nothing can be said in his vindication, but that his abolishing Religious Houses & leaving them to the ruinous depredations of time has been of infinite use to the landscape of England in general, which probably was a principal motive for his doing it, since otherwise why should a Man who was of no Religion himself be at so much trouble to abolish one which had for ages been established in the Kingdom." • Walden Witch House, (I remembered some of the story correctly.)
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