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YorkshireShepherdess Apr 18
Between a rock & a hard place. Ewe ain't seen me. 🐑
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Mike the Warden 13h
The role of the Voluntary Warden is varied one. Our Publicity Officer in Central District has sent me photos of some projects. Photos show Wardens restoring a wall at Leckhampton prior to COVID19 restrictions.
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Dr Gordon Caldwell Jun 18
⁩ reading about Walling this is unusual with the stones long axis vertical. Also the quartzite is evidence of the Aureole
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under the thatch 15 Jun 19
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St Kilda Rangers 7 Feb 19
Escape! We had a surprise chopper 🚁 this morning to take a few of us off before tomorrow’s storms, leaving us with just enough time to cover the last bit of ground. Check out the video below, filmed at 10:30 this morning
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HSCottagePlants 14 May 19
Work is beginning to progress on our dry stone feature for ! Very exciting! Watch this space for updates.
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NorthCornwall NT 16 Oct 17
High winds mean sometimes finding a to shelter behind. Photo via @rangerchrisnorthcornwall who thi…
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Caithness Broch Project Apr 22
Broch-like structures in Wales? Can anyone elaborate?🧐 A dyker believes that these are 'brochs' in , and so we just have one question: SAY WHAAAAAAAT? one for you, not sure I know any other archaeologists.
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William Hinchliffe 6 Nov 18
Thanks to Richard, Dave and Alan for another great days work on the Nepalese gate Tomorrow we hope to put the 800kg top stone in place!
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Kath 12 Jun 19
Anybody know a wall builder near ?
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catkins 19 Mar 18
huddle behind near Selset reservoir for shelter from strong, bitterly cold, North Easterly wind
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James Hardisty 26 Oct 18
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Caithness Broch Project Apr 29
Replying to @TheBrochProject
4/ 7 🧱 A means to promote dyking, a dying trade once so vital to the area. 🎓A vivid 'living history' learning experience ( is COOL, kidz!) for everyone to enjoy
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National Trust Gower 22 Dec 18
Have you seen the wall at valley . A feat of engineering and a work of art all rolled into one. Keeping old alive, providing homes for , and shelter for stock and .
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M U G H L I 25 Mar 17
Last night we had Mamma & Pappa & Greg in the house.. pretty much the closest we've ever gotten to a reunion
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FriendsoftheLakeDist 24 Apr 19
We're looking for a dry stone wall in need of rebuilding! for our Walling Competition on Sat 25th May, South/Central area. The wall would need to be about 30m long & a section that needs taking down & rebuilding, so not with gaps or completely fallen down.
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Stephanie Holt🦊 23 Aug 17
As always late to the party but here's my hobbit sized offering from walls 😊
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Karl Walsh Jul 2
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Claudia de Yong 27 Jun 17
Lovely walk before the rain after three weeks at the NEC! -walks
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Caithness Broch Project Jun 12
Most brochs have an 'almost perfect' inner circle - even in the upper levels. Amazing what our Iron Age counterparts were able to achieve in terms of construction
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