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I sat on a bench whilst it gently rained hoping to see the ducklings that were hiding on my recent visit to Leegomery pools. My patience paid off, I spotted them in the distance. When they decided on their swim direction I walked around the pool to meet them.
They are such bundles of joy (only [...]

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As I set off for my afternoon walk I wasn’t undecided on which way I would walk. Would my destination be Apley Woods, Leegomery Pools, Dothill Nature Reserve or maybe a route around Wellington. I opted for Leegomery Pools, my choice led to me to find a new pathway linking my previous walks together.
The Pools [...]

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If you imagine yourself as separate from the world, the world will appear as separate from you and you will experience desire and fear. I do not see the world as separate from me and so there is nothing for me to desire, or fear.
Nisargadatta Maharaj

6 Comments CherryPie on Mar 7th 2021

…the birthplace of vaccination

On my first visit to Berkeley Castle in 2019 I visited the adjacent museum that was formerly Dr Jenner’s house. The museum displays explain  how he became the pioneer of vaccinations.  He experimented with the mild disease of cowpox leading him to find way to counteract the devastating disease of Smallpox.

The smallpox [...]

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