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We’ve arrived in Austria on our World Dolls Series tour. We might just catch the first of the winter snow, so our timing is perfect.
Illustrations are by W. Lewis from The Birmingham school of Design – our resident artist in Germany & Holland too. We love all the artists in this collection of books, but if we were pushed, we’d probably choose W. Lewis as our favourite. The illustrations are both charming and very clever.
Our guides are Lisa & Johann, looking resplendent in their national dress.
We’ve parked the coach up and are going to chill out (quite literally) in the Tyrol for a while.
Our hosts have no shortage of activities lined up – skiing, skating & sledging (it’s the 1960s so it’s pre-snowboarding!)
When the snows melt we’re going to get stuck into a bit of farming.
Picnics and strolls through flower-filled meadows on our downtime.
It’s going to be hard to drag ourselves away from this idyllic life, but for a bit of urban culture & retail therapy we might stop by Vienna.
Well, we do need to get that coach moving again before it seizes up. Next time it’s Russia.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest campaign to promote entrepreneurship. Each year, it plays a critical role in encouraging the next generation of entrepreneurs to consider starting up their own business.
We’ve been E-preneurs since 2007 – where have the years gone?! It’s been hard work and a steep learning curve but it’s been hugely enjoyable too. We may not have reached the lofty echelons occupied by Richard Branson or Warren Buffet, but we feel we’ve achieved so much in a relatively short space of time.
With the continuing development & reach of the internet, the opportunities and scope for working for yourself has really opened up. Whether it be entering e-retail like we have – or any number of other sectors, you can take the plunge. There’s so much information and advice available locally and online to help you on your way. We wouldn’t want go back to the limitations of working for someone else thank you very much!
This is no pine-clad monstrosity of floor to ceiling, orange stained tongue & groove. There’s no mistaking this chalet for a giant sauna!
There is lots of wood, but it’s this glorious backdrop of boards reclaimed from old barns. They have the subtle colour & texture variation produced by weathering & oxidisation. It’s not overbearing in any way.
The silvery wood is complemented with furnishings in a cool palette of greys & creams.
In fact, there are no bold flashes of colour at all… but it all works together so well.
Natural light streams in through the huge windows and there’s the glint of metallics dotted around.
It’s quite pared back, but there’s interest everywhere – textiles, luxurious furs and collections of found objects. The spaces are so atmospheric.
What a wonderful place to relax after a day on the slopes!
This week the world saw the space probe Philae land on a comet after a 10-year, 4-billion mile journey. To a person living in the 1950s this story would feel like utter science fiction. Back then there’d have been no astronauts, no moon landing, no space shuttles. The first living being in orbit didn’t happen until 1957.
This set of Astounding Science Fiction magazines from 1955 is being sold by & in support of CLIC Sargent*. The cover artwork is sensational I bet the stories are too! They have other sets of this title currently for sale alongside sets of Thrilling Wonder Stories, Fantastic Adventures, Space Science Fiction and if Worlds of Science Fiction. If you’re a sci-fi or pulp fiction buff – these would be fantastic additions to your collection.
*CLIC Sargent is the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, and their families. We provide clinical, practical and emotional support to help them cope with cancer and get the most out of life.