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Three children *** One big, grey dog *** Two parents *** Country loving *** Cottage dwelling in the South-West of the UK. That’s us!

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Debs Random Writings

days out in Somerset

Into the Dragon’s Lair

I’ll admit to being a dragon fan. One of my favourite things to craft. I can’t resist a dragon legend. The fact that these legends seem to pop up in all corners of the world, is fascinating in its own right. So when we heard of a legend, practically on our doorstep, we had to investigate.

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Dragons

We’ve almost reached the half way mark of the summer holidays. Our holiday rhythm is established. Mainly based on the weather. If the sun is out, then the doors are flung open (and quickly shut behind us, because of the hornets) and the great outdoors beckons. If it rains, then mountains of books are read or sewing completed, in my case.

This week the books seem to be winning the race.

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Walking into a novel

tyntesfield-houseI grew up in a house full of books. We moved a lot, but I never remember a time when the books weren’t part of my life. Unsurprisingly, I love to read. As a teen, I devoured every science fiction and classic I could find in the shelves. I took A Level English which gave me the perfect excuse to work my way through our collection of Jane Austen, Dickens, Brontes and more.

The result was that I grew to love the idea of old houses which provided the backdrop to so many of these stories. Candlelit rooms and twisting staircases. The architecture. The whole atmosphere.

I’ve been looking forward to visiting Tyntesfield, near Wraxall, Somerset. Continue reading

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