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Catching Up Four Years

The Coins I thought that the best way to approach the rather large gap between the last post in 2013 and now (Four flipping years!), is to go through my Inventory related photos in date order and see what subjects leap out at me. It didn’t take me long to find the first subject – […]

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Resurrection

After a considerable time in limbo, it is almost time for twelve32 to make a comeback. Watch this space!      

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The Mysterious Land Tax Receipt

This weeks short story is of the small bit of screwed up paper we found in a very large and otherwise empty box in the Refectory Attic a couple of weeks ago. We had been working through the last pile of boxes and cases, many of which seemed to contain loads of very dirty bits […]

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Coins and Scissors

Just in case anyone was under the slightest misapprehension that the Inventory work is all glamour, I thought I would take a few pictures at the scene of this weeks work. 

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Laptops and Filming

There is a fair bit to ramble about today, as I missed my self imposed deadline last week.

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The Lacock Grenade

Nothing to do with the Inventory this week, but I could hardly let this event pass without comment.

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Camping

  I was looking around for something to write about which would set just the right tone for all those posts to come.

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Redux Part 2

Looking Back, Before Going Forward Now I am in a position to restart this blog, I thought I had better review what had gone before. So, I re-read the blog from start to finish, including the comments. The over-riding thing that struck me was the hopeless optimism of my last post. To think that we […]

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A Big Thankyou to Rod & Clive

  Hello. Just when you thought it was safe to ignore twelve32, here we are again. Although to be fair, this is more of a taster post, rather than a full blown ramble through the English language. A postette if you like.

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Mariah Mundi, Ela, Rosamund and Matilda

Mariah Mundi and the Midas Box coupled with Ela, Rosamund and Matilda Talbot as children. Nothing if not varied this time.

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