It's amazing how the hot rod had evolved and changed into a completely new look. Still, this Ford may be old, but it's not lacking in style! And thanks to the restoration work, it's not lacking in aesthetics either.
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Old-school coolness right there! Being able to open the top up must have been very useful back then, due to the lack of air-conditioning. What's great is that they designed it so that the car looks great, with or without the top.
This delightful cottage was originally known as the Cilgwyn Arms, the back lodge to the Cilgwyn estate. It was strategically placed to capture the weary drovers and farmers returning from market in Newcastle Emlyn and having negotiated the painfully steep Adpar hill. The nearby farmstead was known as Penwalk, but with the old house long since demolished, the pub closed down and took the name of Penwalk. The original wrought iron sign still hangs proudly today and I believe the name has been once again reinstated!
It's amazing how something like that can exist in our teeth. Still, when we consider out dietary habits you could say that it's a natural occurrence in life. Thankfully, we have the tools and people that are capable of fixing our dental problems, should we come across them.
As a lad I helped at Ventongimps Mill farm milking the herd of jerseys for Hugh and Gillie Hayes. This was from 1962 until I left school in 1967 although I kept in touch with them until Hugh finally died. The view of the stream and building on the left is not actually a view of the mill itself but the back of the main cowshouse and the shed that housed the start-o-matic electricity generator,the mill itself being attached to the end of the dwelling house in the yard. Although becoming delapitated in my time at the farm it was still used for hay storage in its 3 levels and the water wheel was still reasonably intact against the wall in the leat. Happy days! Chris Stokes firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite its age, it still has the look of a true sports car. Long ago, it must have sped through so many roads like that, and it most likely won a number of them. It seems to be well-maintained to the point of still being able to hang with modern cars too. Anyway, the color of the car is fitting: passionate and speedy.
holy trinity church grade 2 listed ,has recently had a structural survey done by english heritage which has concluded that the building is sound,and ther are no problems with its foundations ,this was carried out in 2010