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Another link to collect is 'The Land', http://www.thelandmagazine.org.uk/.Think the editor is Simon Fairlie, a green guru.... All the best in your blogging on landscape. Llanthony is a favourite place of mine, always remember taking my son for walk up the hill behind it and finding a dead sheep that had part fallen into the stream up there, just a woolly coat, the insides had been eaten out. Sorry it's a gory story but Wales is just that sort of place.....T.Wilcox
Thanks ThelmaYes, I have a link to The Land; and thanks for the Welsh sheep story; Llanthony certainly seems to mean a lot to many people, despite being off the beaten track.
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