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Good Maen! I just love to see old stone churches! Someday I hope to visit Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, so maybe I'll get to see this one in person! Great picture, Ian. Anyone else having trouble posting today?
18/Jul/08 12:14 AM
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2:40 Maen! Me too, Sandy -- I'd love to see the inside of this church, especially on a sunny day to view the stained glass windows. :)
18/Jul/08 12:18 AM
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7:53 to you all.

Nice shot, Ian. The contrast between stone and sky is quite pretty.
18/Jul/08 12:22 AM
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I, too, would like to wander around the inside of this church. It would be great to see this in person. I can't begin to imagine all of the hard work that went into laying the stone! Thank you, Ian.
18/Jul/08 12:30 AM
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Great jigsaw. Thanks, Ian.
18/Jul/08 1:02 AM
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maen all! in my teens we partied all the time in an abandoned tower on reonda estate on the palisades. same windows and all. it is now the esplanade...home of many billionaires here in north jersey.
18/Jul/08 2:41 AM
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18/Jul/08 4:08 AM
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Great angle, Ian.
18/Jul/08 5:09 AM
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Good afternoon to all! Good photo Ian. Is this the church that has the old Welsh inscriptions on it?
18/Jul/08 5:24 AM
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7:46 Hi to all. Sounds fun deltz.
18/Jul/08 6:06 AM
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4:46 Another great shot, Ian!
18/Jul/08 6:45 AM
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Great photo, as always Ian!
18/Jul/08 7:14 AM
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Greg, yes. The story can be found at
18/Jul/08 7:33 AM
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I should add that we held a memorial service to celebrate the lives of Anne's wonderful parents at this church. We then interred Anne's mother's ashes with her husband at a lovely cemetery on the hillside overlooking the golf course and Cardigan Bay.
18/Jul/08 7:38 AM
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What a wonderful story and picture Ian.
18/Jul/08 7:55 AM
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9:16 Ian, thanks for the photo and the link.
18/Jul/08 8:22 AM
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We held the Wake, appropriately, at the Aberdovey Golf Club. We had to teach the staff how to make Grampy's famous (and effective) party-starter - the Champagne Cocktail.
For those of you who are interested, put a sugar cube in the bottom of a champagne glass and apply a couple of drops of Bitters; cover the cube with a generous dollop of cognac and fill the glass with good quality champagne.
18/Jul/08 8:22 AM
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Shiela/MI, if you are planning to visit Tywyn and search for this church, you should know that the map on the site I referred to above is wrong. The church is located at the top of High Street, virtually opposite Church Street.
18/Jul/08 8:37 AM
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Ian - I like the sound of your Grampy's Link Drink .... Here's to his memory.
18/Jul/08 8:59 AM
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Great photo thanks Ian!
18/Jul/08 10:10 AM
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Plum, thanks, he was a wonderful man.
18/Jul/08 10:56 AM
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7.31 Remember this as a jigsaw, it was hard then and it was a hard puzzle today!
18/Jul/08 5:14 PM
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Think I will give Grampy's party starter a try someday soon. Sounds yummy.
18/Jul/08 5:20 PM
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Love the brickwork.
18/Jul/08 6:04 PM
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I sometimes wonder how they constructed these churches (and cathedrals) without scaffolding or cranes.

Gail, it is delicious (and works well ).
18/Jul/08 7:55 PM
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6:50 - another lovely photo Ian!
18/Jul/08 7:55 PM
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Thanks for the lovely photo...great angle...It seems to show the real character of the church!
I will certainly try the Grumpy's starter...I love the idea of cognac, sugar and champagne....
I did try cognac and sugar many, many years ago....adding champagne and bitters...can just make it much better! Clink... To his memory....Thanks for sharing
18/Jul/08 10:42 PM
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Thanks for the photo Ian, I love old blue stone churches. This one looks like it has a lift well going up one side of the tower :) Great memory of the wake of your inlaws.
18/Jul/08 11:14 PM
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