www.lockhartlibrary.org

31
Jan
2013

www.lockhartlibrary.org

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www.lockhartlibrary.org was thought to be the website of lockhart library which is based in the city of Lockhart in Caldwell in Texas in the United States. It is believed that the Library is actually called the  Dr Eguene Clark Library. This library is the oldest operating library in Texas

07
Dec
2013

Animals on the move

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We recently moved house to a new estate in the middle of Gloucester. We knew the area well as we used to live just around the corner some 10 years before. It was after we moved and were beginning to get settled in our new house tat one night we heard a scratching at the cat flap. We had locked it as we didn’t have any pets. On closer inspection it was a small white cat with a red collar. I had a quick look at it and much to my amazement it had our address and our new telephone number on it. I quickly realised that this must have been the old house owners cat. BT must have assigned us the old owners number and the cat owners must have not changed their cats collar tag. I asked some of the neighbours who were their friends if they could give them a call ad they were straight round to pick up Tilly! It got me thinking about how much a lost cat could devastate a family. Luckily this time it all worked out with a happy ending.

30
May
2013

Old renovations

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For the last year myself, and a team of builders have been lovingly restoring some old barns that I inherited some 7 years ago. The amount of hard work is certainly something that I underestimated; the other underestimation is the amount of decisions that I needed to make. Luckily I had my wife to help make many of these with me, but the questions that are continuously thrown at you, really do make you think, and also stress. Are we making the right decision is always on our minds? One such question was with regards to the main heating for the property. We had decided to have under floor heating downstairs but upstairs we wanted radiators. We knew that we wanted the ones like you would fine in the old schools and libraries, but we certainly didn’t know what they were called. After a few Google searched using pictures we discovered they were called column radiators. We found a great company called www.apolloradiators.co.uk and they fantastic at advising us in what we would need. Hopefully we will carry on with our conversion and the decision will get easier,  then I just have to worry about the size of the bills!