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The Magnificent Arundel Castle… In West Sussex, England. Today these photos were taken-simply point and shoot style-and the lighting Mother Nature provided was superb. 

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Photos are real, Paintings are art- This is a painting

Sheep Thrills

The Lighthouse at dusk- Beachy Heads chalk hills-the highest in  the UK

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Walking the bridges of London  and Tower was not a business- as -usual moment but more a statement of resilience after the terror attack on London Bridge yesterday. Lightning does strike twice in the same place because there are always copycats but we went anyway.

 No man is an island an we felt the loss of the two precious lives of these decent people. The go-to statement  after these events is "thoughts and prayers'' . Fair enough, but we did feel an imense sadness at two young lives snuffed out in their prime. We can do better. Millions of years of evolutionary gains as a species, and THIS. We need to put ourselves under  urgent review, and get back to love.



Evcerything Sparkles
Angels light our way as we walk towards Leister Square

As we continued into the night we saw the Christmas trees and illuminated angels guided us day and night.

We browsed the London Bridge Christmas stalls and had a moveable feast of great foods.

We headed for Covent Garden Apple Market which is one of the best things anyone can do to get festive.

We found ourselves in collaboration with the rest of the tourists to take in the lights and sounds and shops that were reminding us that we had everything right in one place.

 We stopped at the Piazza and heard the Opera Singer who was so switched on I thought he was going to light up like a Christmas Tree too.

Later at Hays Market Yule be surpirsed!

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The only easy day is yesterday on a working ranch.
I am reminded of The Law of The Farm, where there are no easy fixes, and where it takes 10 years to become an overnight success. The harder you work the luckier you get.

The  core formative experiences that all young people should pursue are : hard work to appreciate the benefits of labor; travel to understand deprivation and want; the power of reading;the importance of nurturing your body. What better place to do it all then on a rural farm in Central Flroida


We call them swamps-Here they are known as LAKES





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...Flying low on the Lake Tohopekaliga in an airboat for the secoind consecutive October.... We hugged the shoreline on Saturday, we sailed past water lilies and reeds, saw blue heron, osprey, ducks and even a juvenile bald eagle....and of course Aligators. The real surprise was seeing Angus cows in the marsh.






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The lake is a must-see adventure. There is no doubt about it--- it is by far the clearest-bluest water, the highest alpine lake in these United States that stuns you. Straddling the state lines between Cali and Nevada, at 6,225 feet high, the best thing about it is something I didnt get a chance to do this time---fishing.Makanaw Trout, Kokanee Salmon--call me Arnold because * I'll Be Back!*






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