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Greetings!  I am a longtime writer with a connection to horses and horse sport and I also indulge in a love of history.  I am also a gardener and operate a one person gardening service with lots of advice that I would love to share.  World traveller?  That's me too and I have some great locations and destinations to pass on to readers.
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History
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
The Family That Time Forgot

In 1936 Russian pacifist Karp Lykov walked deep into the Russian taiga with his wife and two young children and virtually disappeared from civilization until they were 'discovered' in 1978. This is the amazing story of their survival,determination and will to live under the harshest conditions.

History
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
Victorian London Street Life: Poverty, Despair, Disease.

The streets of Victorian London were not for the faint of heart. There were many ways to make a living but it was really just a hand to mouth existence from one day to the next. The despair, disease and poverty were everywhere and it was almost impossible to escape this miserable circle of life. The wealthy turned a blind eye but change was in the air!

Home & Garden
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
One Person Gardening Service: The Tools of Your Trade

Starting a one person gardening service is a great way to make some money while enjoying working with plants and flowers outdoors three seasons of the year. The best part is that most of the tools you need are right in your back yard ready to go! These tools along with some easy to do marketing ideas and some tips and tricks that I have discovered will ensure your service is successful and fulfilling.

History
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
The East End of London: Murder, Mystery and Mayhem

The East End of London has an atmosphere, a personality, a life force all its own. It is a melting pot of language, nationalities and culture with an added dash of crime and controversy. But, despite the incredible ups and downs of this area, it always rises above and survives.

History
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
The Victorian Kitchen: 10 Things You Didn't Know

10 interesting facts about the Victorian kitchen covering the staff, the food, the hygiene, the equipment and why the servants began to disappear.

Travel & Places
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
5 Reasons Why You Must Visit Muskoka

A look into the past and present region of Muskoka, Canada's summer playground north of Toronto with a lifestyle and flavour all its own and where "cottages" play host to families, friends and the stars from Canada and the world.

Lifestyle
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
How to Make Kraft Dinner go from Gross to Gourmet!

Three easy as pie ways to give plain old Kraft Dinner a culinary boost plus a look at the History behind Canada's National Dish and Favourite.

History
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
British Food: from Blah to Brilliant

A lighthearted look at the history of British cooking through the ages with a glance at some of most popular and well known British food products and how they came to be.

Entertainment
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
Love in with the Drive In

A look back to the heyday of the drive in theatres when it was the epitome of entertainment that included corny jingles, dancing hot dogs, poor sound quality and tons of fun!

History
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
Quebec's Duplessis Orphan Scandal

From the 1940's until the 1960's Maurice Duplessis, Premier of the province of Quebec, Canada, with cooperation from the Catholic Church, falsely certified thousands of normal children to mental asylums for financial gain.

History
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
Britain's Canal Waterways Past and Present

Britain's canals were a major boon to the Industrial Revolution as they helped move goods and products throughout the countryside.

Travel & Places
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
Chatsworth House: Jewel of the English Countryside

Chatsworth House in the Peak District of England offers a plethora of things to do and see all spring, summer and into the fall.

Home & Garden
by Chatsworth
4 years ago
How to Start a One Person Gardening Service

How to start, market and enjoy a one person gardening service.

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