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Castle Square, Harlech, Wales. Photo by Andrew Hackney

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bookish

I'd love it...:)

cilycoed

We'll meet you there Francine

sueswan

You must go Francine the scenery is spectacular...Sue

bookish

Sue, I'm mentally drooling, wanting to experience this. Thanks for posting.

sueswan

Will do Phyllis. It would be my second visit and as I enjoyed my first one I look forward to it...Sue

cilycoed

Isn't it lovely, I love the stone and slate that the Welsh use building their homes. I recall that our house in Newport Mon had double stone walls, the walls were so thick it made for very cold winters and the summers were hot but cool inside these old buildings. Sue, will you put this on the last please:-)

sueswan

Hi Joyce, these are solid buildings. Perhaps the chimney's on some have been blocked off and taken down if the buildings have new roofs. We've got a chimney but the fire place was taken down and because of that our gas fire has a balance flue and is fixed on the inside to an outside wall.

Hi there Betty, lovely to hear from you and glad you're ok. I'm fine and keeping busy. The weather, what can I say, we seem to be heading for Arctic blasts then there's a change in the wind direction and we get warm air coming up from the Med. The US has certainly had it's fair share of bad luck with the awful weather, did you experience any of the hurricane?
Were you coming to the UK with the lady that broke her arm? I remember you saying you wanted to come over but not sure if you had chosen a date. I don't know if you know but you can stay in Oast Houses as some do Bed and Breakfast, that would be a nice experience.
I hope you enjoy the Oast puzzles as I like to put some on now and then as I know you like doing them. Keep in touch when you can....Sue

Hi Sue, Haven't had time for Jigidi in weeks so just found your message on my page. The last few months have been very hectic. The lady I thought would be able to travel with me broke her arm. So, postponed once again. Also, been very busy at the sanctuary and did some volunteer work for the elections. Now, I am cutting back on the days I work for the rest of the year just in time for the cold weather.
How are you? Hope it has not gotten too cold there. I imagine you sitting by a fire with a hot cup of tea in one of those charming English cottages that are in your puzzles! Ah, the magic of the mind......Take care. I'm going to work one of your Oast puzles now.

cakes1947

Just look at all those great old stone buildings....love 'em!! I noticed that some didn't have chimneys or if they did, they are short & on the other side. :)) Thanks Sue!! :)))
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