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Beckenham Place Park and Carl Linnaeus

April 19, 2010

This incredibly beautiful and historic park is a hidden jewel, 237 acres of pure magic and mystery. I always did find something to stare and wonder at years ago when I first worked in it; I still do on the regular visits I take now. It is simply an enigmatic, awesome and breathtaking place of indescribable beauty set in vast proportions.

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Name: Nora
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May 1, 2018 4:41 PM CST
Thank you Neil and Sarah Muir, for the story and updates. I'm hoping there is more to tell.

I have thoroughly enjoyed your wonderful adventures, with photos and stories that remind me of so many places in England. I am hoping all is well with you both.

My husband and I spent a wonderful year on a Teaching exchange to Norwich for a year in September 1989 to August 1990, and spent many weekends touring National Trust Gardens and Open Gardens, all through England, Scotland and Wales. Thank you for bringing back some of those wonderful memories.

Sincerely, Nora Jukes

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