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[88-365] 1st. November 2020- An indoor sort of day today although I had to do yet another running repair on the fence as we have had more high winds. It is…

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Once Portugal ruled half of the world. The other half belonged to Spain. Rivers of gold, diamonds and other commodities flowed to Lisbon from Africa, South…

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