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The Lynches in the Spring - 21-04-2011

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April 24, 2013 - 02:51

Outfit colors and styles differed between the north and the south but southern uniforms were similar to those worn by Union troops. South infantry soldiers wore the simplest of uniforms, featuring a kepi hat made of wool with a leather bill and blue in color. Cavalry officers wore yellow kepis and red kepis wore worn by artillery officers. Confederate soldiers wore sky blue trousers with their uniforms. Their shell jackets featured a line of buttons down the front and were made of wool. Though jackets were gray in color different colors were shown on the bottom half of the sleeve and collar, with cavalry''s being yellow in color.

Peter – Canvey Island Essex
June 05, 2011 - 11:51
Subject: Wonderful Country shots

Always think there's something a little magical about woodland Bluebell scenes!!

April 23, 2011 - 15:39

Too marvelous for words!

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05-09-2011: Like most years, in the first week of September we have been to the Great Dorset Steam Fair 2011.

06-07-2011: I have added some photos from out daytrip to Weston Super Mare.

18-05-2011: We have been on a Tractor Run again.

23-04-2011: The Lynches in the Spring.

19-03-2011: On Sebastian's 2nd birthday we went to West Midlands Safari Park.

09-02-2011: New page with photos from the view of our house to the church and the old village added here.

08-02-2011: New page about our daytrip to Bourton on the Water added.

05-02-2011: New pictures of the Sunday Cider shed added.

28-11-2010: New pictures of the Sunday Cider shed added.

07-10-2010: You can now view the pictures of the Great Dorset Steam Fair 2010.

24-09-2010: We have been to the Netherlands again: The Netherlands 2010.

24-06-2010: The weather was nice and we decided to take a daytrip to the beach at Woolacombe.

21-06-2010: New pictures of the Sunday Cider shed added.

08-09-2009: Some photo's of our trip to The Netherlands added and more pictures of the Sunday Cider shed added.

31-08-2009: The long awaited pigroast at the Saturday cider shed finally happened..

31-08-2009: Although not as busy as last year, this year's barbecue at Aston sub Edge village club was still a success.

22-08-2009: Have you ever heard of The Lynches? It is the name of the woods we walk through on our way to Chipping Campden. These woods feature on a few pages on this website. Well, there is now somebody living in The Lynches, Ray Mears style (or is it John Rambo?).

24-07-2009: As promised, I have now taken a few pictures of the Saturday Cider Shed. More pictures will be added in due course.

09-07-2009: Finally. I've added a page about the cider shed on Sunday morning. Another page about the Saturday cider shed will follow shortly (I have to take a few more pictures first).

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