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Saturday, August 11, 2018

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Terri

Oh can you imagine the dark rainy days and the church standing there waiting for people to come in and stay out of the cold? I'm sure many detectorists have been through those grounds finding treasures. I would love to go there, sit in solitude and prayer while knitting.

Claire

What a gorgeous church - and a great post, Roz! I adore wandering around village churches - always have - their deep peace, soothes the soul :)

Mad Englishwoman

Thank you Roz. All your posts are so inspiring. Sometimes it's important just to wander isn't it, and see what turns up.

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