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  • Posted Feb. 18, 2012 by Marilyn Grimble Viewed 2039 times

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CLOCK …French Leroy … Ujj, please note!
We have rather a large collection of clocks as my father was an horologist… so an easy one for me, though difficult to make a choice!

FEE … for a small fee you may borrow a book.
I now list people who borrow my books as I have lost so many.

LADDER …an excuse to post the ongoing saga re-our build!

SUBSTITUTING … another excuse … the two wooden supporting poles have been substituted with two consoles, now in place.
Roof tiles delivered …let's hope for fine weather.

Duplicating … here's NOT looking at you kid!

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    • # Artbee

      What a great bunch of finds you got for this weeks hunt Marilyn.... Love the clock so retro chic....you have quite a big library, people who don't return books promptly do not get a second chance to "borrow".....Looks like your house is coming along nicely....the birds are nestled all snuggly together like love birds. Wonderful capture and a great idea for duplicating.
      Great Hunting
      Well Done

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    • # Leslie

      Nice set of finds for this hunt.
      I'm impressed by how *neat* your work site is! You must be excited to watch it coming together.

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    • # Frances

      Fantastic series! I like the first and love the last. The last one is very interesting because of the angle at which you took it :) Brillant!

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    • # Ujjwal Dey

      We have in India a concept called "ciculating library" - where a street side vendor lends out paperbacks for a small fee and you return it and borrow more and you can return it anytime - a week, a month, 6 months, LOL. The publisher and the author get screwed in this illicit lending of course. Recently I found that the street library I used to frequent as a kid, which disappeared, is actually a store with dust-free books now - he didn't recognise me, I recognised him. Cheerful fella, he rented out a shop and now has chairs and tables so you can sit and browse without worrying about street traffic, pollution and dust.

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    • # Ann Garratty

      Wow all those books... I will have to show my husband your collection of books, perhaps then he will stop moaning about my collection, which is tiny in comparison... One can never have too many books!

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