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Concrete Birdbath

With just a couple bowls and some leftover cement, I show you how to make a durable birdbath.



Search for relatives of 19-year-old soldier after headstone found broken - East Anglian Daily Times

Janet Huckle keeps a weekly vigil over Halesworth Cemetery, where she recently found the broken stone memorial birdbath belonging to the grave of teenage soldier, Norman Beverley. Source: www.eadt.co.uk

Latest News

  • Search for relatives of 19-year-old soldier after headstone found broken

    02/22/17 ,via East Anglian Daily Times

    The pillar of Norman Beverley's birdbath stone has been separated from its base for some time, but was reburied to stand upright. Meanwhile, the birdbath bowl, which had also come away from the pillar, has been loosely replaced as a temporary attempt

  • Boy crushed to death by granite bird bath in Lalbagh

    12/27/16 ,via Deccan Herald

    A six-year-old boy was crushed to death when a bird bath made of stone fell on him at Lalbagh on Monday. Vikram According to Vikram's uncle Velu Kumar, the boy was leaning on the structure and posing for a photograph when the bird bath fell on him.

  • Pensioner stunned to discover his bird bath is 2000-year-old Roman relic

    10/07/16 ,via Mirror.co.uk

    A pensioner was stunned to learn the bowl he'd been using as a bird bath was a near perfect 2,000-year-old piece of Roman pottery. Ray Taylor, 83, from Roman's Way, Alcester, dug up the bowl in his garden ten years ago when planting rhubarb, only to 

  • Snow Magic

    01/12/17 ,via Patheos (blog)

    Using a bird bath and filling it with water the night before it is going to freeze and/or snow, is a great way to create a temporary shrine to the Cailleach, to lay out sigils in stone or sticks, or even to simply create an altar where you perform your

  • Bird baths make a splash with wildlife

    Orchard orioles stop by on their way south in late summer, and cedar waxwings frequent the stone fountain all winter. A black vulture and red-shouldered hawk have But not just any bird bath will do. Consider these tips and ideas when choosing a

Books

  • Best-Ever Backyard Birding Tips

    Rodale. 2008. ISBN: 9781605299259,1605299251. 356 pages.

    A guide to backyard birding that covers seeds, feeders, plants, landscape features, big-eating birds, hosting hummingbirds, bird behavior, and other related topics.

  • Water in Your Garden

    Lothian Publishing Company. 1991. 64 pages.

    Large-format, lavishly illustrated guide to the uses of water in the landscape design of a garden. Ponds, pools, irrigation and conservation are discussed from practical and theoretical angles. Planting design and descriptions of aquatic plants are also included.

  • Attracting Birds to Your Backyard

    Rodale. 1998. ISBN: 0875967906,9780875967905. 320 pages.

    Describes how to create an asthetically-pleasing natural setting that will not only attract birds, but will also provide them with food and shelter

  • Country Wisdom & Know-How

    Black Dog & Leventhal. 2017. ISBN: 9780316471701,0316471704. 1072 pages.

    Reminiscent in both spirit and design of the beloved Whole Earth Catalog, Country Wisdom & Know -How is an unprecedented collection of information on nearly 200 individual topics of country and self-sustained living. Compiled from the information in Storey Publishing's landmark series of "Country Wisdom Bulletins," this book is the most thorough and reliable volume of its kind. Organized by general topic including animals, cooking, crafts, gardening, health and well-being, and home, it is...

  • The Apple Orchard

    MIRA. 2015. ISBN: 9780778318330,0778318338. 512 pages.

    Set to inherit half of Bella Vista apple orchard along with a half-sister she's never met, Tess Delaney discovers a world filled with the simple pleasures of food and family.









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Coroners Inquests in Gloucestershire from The Gloucester Journal 1730 to 1748
Coroner's Inquests were usually held within the space of 48 hours following a death that appeared to be of a suspicious or unexplained nature. They were usually held in a local public-house, ale house, municipal...
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