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“High Tea” in Lake Park

¬†On Saturday, December 2, I joined fifty+ other ladies and gentlemen for tea at the Lake Park Community Center. Ours was the 2 PM service. There were other services, one at noon and another at 4 PM, and the event … Continue reading

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Libations and Treats: Regency Era and Beyond

Beer Casks and Tilting: A stillage is like a pallet or skid but with a cage or sides or some form of support specifically tailored to the material it is intended to carry. Some are designed to be stackable. Oxford … Continue reading

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Summer Banquet Blog Hop~Regency Era Libations

Welcome to Day 4 of the Summer Banquet Hop Giveaway. To be eligible for my giveaway, please leave a comment on the post below or Tweet or Share on Twitter and Facebook. The giveaway ends on Sunday, June 9, 2013. … Continue reading

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