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Also have a look at an alkaline/soda diet. That's been in the press lately and a lot of people have found it helps in keeping with conventional medicine as well. Thanks for letting me know Phyliss. Love to you both...Sue
Someone, a friend, gave Len this vile smelling stuff to rub on the melanoma lumps, well they're tumours really. Then put glad wrap [he does this every night] I guess you might call it cling paper/plastic? on it. What a smell, but he says the big lump feels closer to the skin surface, so it might be an easy op:-)) we'll see..
Thanks Phyllis. I like to know the history and there's a lot of history here as you know. Hope all is well...Sue
Nice knowing some history of these places Sue - many thanks.
Hi folks, I wouldn't mind a look at Malmesbury Abbey. It survived the desolution of the Monestries although parts have collapsed over time. I found a little extra about Malmesbury on line - 'the site of an Iron Age fort, it is the oldest borough in England, created around 880 AD by charter from Alfred the Great'...Sue
:-) ... "his" homework cakes
I was going to comment that this center had a feel of being older than most of the places we've visited. I see 48 did her homework and confirmed my feelings. Thanks Sue & 48!!! :))))(time, 4:37)
I read where Malmebury could very well be the oldest continually inhabited town in England ... I can imagine just about the whole town could be a historic treasure. thank you for the new 'tour' location Sue.
I doubt if Malmesbury has changed, to many historic buildings which can't be altered. I haven't been to Malmesbury but after looking at pictures of the place it's definitely on my to visit list...Sue
Awesome, thanks Sue. Had many cups of coffee here :)