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JP/Camelot
althea46
Our five day break in Dunster was wonderful, a really lovely village, hotel splendid.
Lots of little craft shops to mooch around, very picturesque, probably more hanging
baskets than people! Took loads of pictures, can't say I like the ones of me, although
Pat seems to think they are fine, I'll try again after I loose another three stones.



Pat and I outside the Yarn Market ( place the sheep were brought to be sheared)




View of the main street running through Dunster




Pretty little cottage/cafe where we had the traditional 'cream tea' after walking up to
Hurlston Point (an old coastguard lookout post from WW11)


The view from Hurlston Point, think this is Porlock beach!


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JP/Camelot
althea46
I was bored earlier, and decided to go look see if I could find any pictures of our 'lovelies' alleged 'new' car, I think the article said it was silver

1986 Mercedes 300SL


This is a view of a Mercedes 560SL with the top down, (the metal top actually lifts off)
not exactly the same model, but you get the drift




My late husband had a Red 1986 Mercedes 280SL, his pride & joy, boys and their toys



Just a bit of mindless trivia,

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JP/Camelot
althea46
Searching around, have we seen this one before

The kittie again
JP/Blessed
althea46
This is a better shot of her,


She is 7 years old, and spoiled rotten.

my little furry friend
JP/Camelot
althea46
Well I'm playing with pictures again, this maybe be one of my furry little kittie

When we adopted her she was called Lucy, but I have a daughter-in-law named Lucy soooo
the poor little thing is called Kat (not the d-i-l)

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