Secrets of the Old Barn

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The hot tub, trampoline and snooker table were a great hit for all the family. Both the adults and the children had a brilliant time. The property was very clean and the bedding and towels spotless. Miss Diane Burgess - 7th November We hired the Barn for a hen weekend, 10 ladies, and we had a wonderful time. Excellent size property, lovely big table in the dining area and a large very well equipped kitchen.

Hot tub was fabulous and we even used the trampoline. Access to the property was easy. All in all a great spacious place and I have already recommended it to quite a few friends. Mrs Wendy Stevenson - 28th May Beautiful property in a quiet but very good location, which has very easy access to main road and to lovely coastal locations. A very well equipped property, ideal for family get-togethers. Mr Christopher Wall - 5th January This is a fantastic house to host a family and friends party.

There is plenty of room for everyone to do their own thing in. The location is great for walking, cycling and seeing the sea!

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If you want water closer to hand then there is always the hut tub in the patio. Spent three nights here and everyone had a great time.

Mrs Elizabeth Gladwell - 1st December A fantastic property in a great location. Property is really well equipped. On the fourth day, while coming home from the bus stop, I noticed something that made me stop and stare: Rice was driving his hay wagon with a full load of hay up her lane. Now, I knew that Mr. Rice had just built a huge new hay barn to put his hay in.

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Why all the hay? The next day was Saturday, bread-making day for Aunt Helen. Aunt Helen was pleased to see me and tickled that I had come to help make bread. Soon I was up to my elbows in flour and dough. It was always fun to be with Aunt Helen. She liked to hear all about what I was doing at school. And she had funny stories to tell and interesting things to discuss. Rice coming up your lane yesterday with a load of hay. Her answer threw me off. This is going to be tougher than I thought, I realized as I put the dough into pans to rise.

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Now, Aunt Helen had been a schoolteacher for over thirty years. And since she knew everything there was to know about anything, she was the most likely person to ask when I needed help with my homework. Would you help me with it? Each day after that I spent the afternoon with Aunt Helen. Sometimes some of my other cousins would stop by for help or to visit, but most of the time, I had her all to myself.

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One very cool afternoon I found Aunt Helen in her vegetable garden, digging carrots. I bent down and helped her dig some up. Is this another clue to the mystery?

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When it was loaded, Aunt Helen pulled it while I pushed. Quietly peeking over the gate we saw a huge gray horse. He was curled up like a kitten sleeping with his hoofs pulled up next to his head! His mouth was open and his tongue was hanging out. We could not remain quiet it was too funny.

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Manly, the old retired circus horse slowly stood up and walked over to greet us. He is accustomed to receiving horsey treats…from anyone at the gate.

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  • He stuck his gigantic head right in our faces wanting to give a kiss for a treat. That was a surprise! Beth showed us how it works, you hold still while this big horse nuzzles your cheek and them you hand over a treat. The process requires a lot of faith, at first. I chose a perspective from the northeast corner of the barn and set up my painting easel.


    Often he would just stick his head out of the barn door to see if I was still there. I had to capture that view in my painting.