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Our loot from today:

A copy of The Highway Code from 1954. These are the rules of the road in Britain. Despite the design on the cover, they did have yellow lights on their traffic lights back then (they have a section on that). It has 71 rules and 32 pages; compare to the current 307 rules and 145 pages.

A copy of Astrological Chats, by Llewellyn George, c1941. It's a collection of articles from the "Chats" section of "The Astrological Bulletina" magazine. I see it's been recently republished; I'll bet the price was a little bit different than the original $1.05 including postage.

Larousse Gastronomique, a 1988 edition, a wonderful book! It's an encyclopedia of all things cooking-related, and even has some recipes thrown in for some of the more obscure ingredients. Yay!

Walking the Peak and Pennines, a book Chris found, with lovely pictures of our gorgeous Peak District, as well as a narrative.

We also got some Dumpsie-Dearie jam, Cherry jam (mmmm...), Piquant Pepper Jelly (which I have the perfect recipe lined up for), cake flour (our local grocery stores don't carry it anymore), rosemary, and a new member of the family, Periwinkle!

Home, 8 May 2010

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