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Elevator

Elevator

Elevator or Lift The earliest known reference to an elevator is in the works of the Roman architect Vitruvius, who reported that Archimedes (c. 287 BC – c. 212 BC) built his first elevator probably in 236 BC. [9] Some sources from later historical periods mention elevators as cabs on a hemp rope powered by hand or by animals. In 1000, the Book of
A coffee in Loch Long

A coffee in Loch Long

A cold cloudy day in Scotland when England enjoys the warmest April day in a hundred years. Still I had a lovely coffee and scones in this wonderful hotel with a great view over Loch Long. .
 boisterous art

boisterous art

art expressive, exuberant, loud and boisterous Corita Kent was born Frances Kent in November 1918 in Iowa – A striking with the juxtaposition of this monochrome nun – she wore the traditional habit complete with wimple and veil – and the brilliant colours which burst from her work. . she used advertising slogans and song lyrics, as well as bi
Pasta with Spring vegetables and soft herbs

Pasta with Spring vegetables and soft herbs

Pasta with Spring vegetables and soft herbs Fry a chopped leek in a little butter or oil, then add two handfuls of podded peas or broad beans and some chopped soft herbs (dill, basil or mint), toss with the cooked pasta and top with toasted almonds, lemon zest and a little more oil.
Porpoises, dolphins and whales

Porpoises, dolphins and whales

Porpoises, dolphins and whales Porpoises, dolphins and whales are often seen by myself with I take the wee ferry across the water. Porpoises, dolphins and whales, which are all members of the whale family, look like fishes and live like fishes, yet they are mammals, because they nourish their young on their mothers' milk. They have adapted themselv
Scottish Oatcakes

Scottish Oatcakes

Scottish Oatcakes Ingredients: 200g porridge oats 1 tsp salt 1 tsp cracked black pepper 50ml extra virgin olive oil A little boiling water Method: Take half of your porridge oats and tip them into a food processor, along with the salt and pepper. Whiz until relatively fine and tip into a mixing bowl. Add the remaining porridge oats into the mixing
Happiness

Happiness

. Happiness can easily be found in Spring Love and adventure Friendships gained, strengthened enjoyment for our lives
porpoise in Scotland

porpoise in Scotland

It is not uncommon to see a porpoise in the morning as we cross over the Clyde in the ferry. A joy and a pleasure to see them as they sometimes accompany us beside the boat.
A walk in the Spring

A walk in the Spring

Nothing better than walking hand in hand in the Spring. Walk through the city park after a lovely ice cream Nothing indeed could be better at this exact moment. Enjoy the day,the fleeting moments live forever in our hearts.