The Railhouse Farmstall
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Finding a Midlands Farmstall Treasure

A Farmstall in a Railhouse on a winding road. Sheryl Crow reckons ‘everyday is a winding road’. I reckon she is a Midlands girl at heart, because here, we have lots of winding roads arranged side by side with rolling hills and fields dotted with cattle. And the railway. Always the railway. The intersection between […]

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Woodford Reserve bourbon
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The basics of a fine Bourbon

Thanks to Woodford Reserve, I now know a lot more about bourbon. I am no aficionado, but I am certainly more educated and happier for it. Enter Woodford bourbon which is said to have been made first in 1881 by a bartender in Kentucky and is now considered one of Kentucky’s oldest distillery sites. I […]

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eco friendly laptop bag
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Uzwelo: Bags with style and an eco attitude

This proudly South African eco-conscious Company is growing in leaps and bounds in its ethos of supporting the environment, skills development and conservation. Billions of Polyethylene Terephthalate (or PET) bottles are thrown away each year. Yes, people, we are talking plastic. This plastic chokes up our waterways and oceans causing havoc in nature and to […]

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