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Photo Article from the Greek Hovel - the author in his outdoor study

Tom Winnifrith Monday 27 August 2018

 

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Behind me is a pile of earth and rubble, largely what was excavated from the old floor of the Bat Room as we dug it out. I sit on the area in front of the Bat Room, now concrete but by Wednesday covered in terracotta tiles. Coffee, a phone, an internet link and a laptop, my study is complete

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