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Synopsis : The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster written by Edward Baines, published by which was released on 1870. Download The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. This district forms a declining plain from the stately hill of Pendle to the Ribble , well cultivated , richly wooded , and gently undulating , stretching from nine to ten miles north and south . From the centre of this tract rises the ... --
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-02-15 - Publisher: Cicerone Press Limited
A guidebook to 40 circular walks in in two of Lancashire's largest Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the Forest of Bowland, an area of 310 square miles, and the 'bewitching' countryside of Pendle to the south. The walks range between 3 and 12.5 miles in length and are all illustrated with extracts of OS mapping. The diverse range of routes include four Marilyns - Ward's Stone, Pendle Hill, Longridge Fell and Fair Snape Fell. The walks are spread across the region, with bases including Caton, Dunsop Bridge, Slaidburn, Clitheroe and Pendle. All the walks are punctuated with snippets of information on the natural and cultural history of the region, from witches to wildlflowers. The Forest of Bowland and Pendle provide vastly differing terrain - from the lush farmlands of the Ribble valley to the more rugged rough pastures of the Forest of Bowland uplands and the huge boggy uplifts of the main Bowland massif itself.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-11-05 - Publisher: LST Publishing
Happy Stories, Funny Stories, Sad Stories - But Always True Stories About Living with Rescue Dogs. “Tears & Laughter” “Heartwarming & Captivating.” Katie Woods grew up with animals; as a little girl, her best friend and guardian was a dog. Growing up, nothing changed and over more than twenty years, she adopted or rescued a pot pourri of dogs, from a three-legged terrier to a ten stone Rottweiler. This is the story of her journey through life with some of the mutts and mongrels who shared it; from the alluring to the alarming, the tranquil to the timid, the serene to the certifiable. Meet Katie’s dogs from over the years; Fudge, the geriatric labrador, Samson, the ten stone Rottweiler found abandoned and dangerous; but most of all, meet “The Gang of Four”, Seamus, Shannon, Minnie, and Duncan the Canine Tripod”. All Shelter Dogs, but all unique and all with very different backgrounds and personalities: Seamus, abandoned, Shannon, abused by a paedophile, Minnie, condemned for aggression, and Duncan, the puppy amputee. They bonded with each other and with Katie in a unique relationship that was “The Gang of Four.” Read their story for an unforgettable experience. Reviews: Five Stars "Tears & laughter - A 'Must Read' book" Laurie Lawrence “Brilliant! Most enjoyable heartwarming read by an author who is totally chilled and at home with her dogs and nature ........ Katie's personality shines through, which has helped me to try to "chill a little more" over my two dogs, rescued from the vile puppy farm trade. You will shed a tear or two, but you will also smile and chuckle your way through these pages. Read this on e-book, but now ordered in paperback ... no more 'battery running low' just as I'm wanting to turn the page for more!” Five Stars "A Heartwarming Read" Sandra S “Just finished this wonderful book, The Long, The Short and The Tall. A really good read for anyone especially animal lovers, it has everything, comical in parts, gut wrenching in others & so sad you could cry. Katie’s writing is awe inspiring, I felt as though I was actually there with her on her walks with her Gang of Four! I loved it & can't wait for when her life with her fur babies continues....”