Sunday, July 27, 2008

The Perfect Kitchen Range

Growing up as a child we always had a Rayburn . This is like the Rayburn we had, this model is the 1946 one. It's richer brother is the Aga . Ours used coal. With an oven on the other side and heated the water, plus you could run one radiator off it. Over the years we had three. Mum and dad had one in their last little thatched cottage, that one was in their sitting room, in the big old open fireplace.

Mum always had a kettle of water simmering on the side, so a cup of tea was almost instant. It was the center of our home and brought comfort on a cold winter day

Sunrise, Sunset in Blogland

Teatime Musing

Teatime is a nick name of mine that was given to me when I first came to the States. So I thought it was a
good name for my new Blog.
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