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Blue Willow Identification And Value Guide (Gaston's Blue Willow)
A history of the Blue Willow pattern begins the book with descriptions of the many border and center patterns of this china. Dating Blue Willow and collecting Blue Willow are discussed, and all known marks are illustrated. Over 650 color photographs of bowls, ashtrays, plates, pitchers, vases, platters, sugar bowls, and much more are included. A special feature in this edition highlights the variations in the Willow pattern, which are often mixed in with the traditional Willow patterns and confuse collectors. Gaston makes identification easy, separating not only pattern variations but Willow produced in other colors. There are also several helpful indexes provided: objects, patterns, English manufacturers, Japanese items, American manufacturers, and origins other than England, Japan, and the United States. 2007 values.78% (16)
Five years ago: Redwood forest
The Redwoods soon ran out, but turned into a normal pine forest. The road wound it’s way of a river valley; really a gorge. The river was the Smith; sometimes the road clung to the valley sides with sheer drops inches from the side of the car. The gorge ran for about 25 miles, and was fun to drive, although there were a few other cars about to slow the mighty Mustang down. I saw a lodge at Patrick Creek; I pulled in and booked a night for Friday, as I knew I would be heading down this way. I followed the road up to Grant’s Pass, where I turned onto I5 to head a little way south. The road to Crater Lake was well signposted, and I turned off; although I think I may have turned a junction early. At a town called Gold Hill I stopped for lunch at a small diner. I had left the roof down on the car; and so when I got back in it, the leather-like seats were boiling; and I was wearing shorts. The road crossed the upper reaches of the Rogue River, and it was still quite wide, although shallow, and here and there it tumbled over waterfalls or rapids. The road to Diamond Lake, where I was staying, branched off from the one to Crater Lake; the road was pretty quiet, and ran pretty straight for miles, sometimes with long, lazy curves. At times it ran through deep banks of volcanic ash of long forgotten eruptions; the forest had just grown on top of it. The place I am staying at, The Diamond Lake Resort, is a self contained place; my cabin is once again on the edge of the lake’ I have great views across the lake, to the mountains beyond, all of which are extinct volcanoes. The resort has a laundry, so I get my dirty washing done. I had forgotten the ‘pleasures’ of sitting in front of a machine waiting for the cycle to end. When I checked in, I booked a table in the resorts’ restaurant that night, just so I would not go hungry. So, dinner turned out to be a disaster; I turned up ten minutes before my reservation, and the table was not free. I sat waiting with a family with two children also waiting; and we waited; and waited. After half an hour, I saw the waitress give a table for four to a couple who had just walked in. Being British, I don’t like to complain; but this was taking the biscuit. I went to the manageress, and vented my spleen. She was so sorry, and agreed it should not have happened. Would I mind sitting at the bar to eat? No, I said. I ordered Prime Rib, at 10 ounces it would be enough. Clearly, they were so sorry, one weighing in at over a pound was delivered; along with two free drinks, and a free dessert if I wanted it; I didn’t. I got talking to a guy at the bar called Bob; we bought each other some drinks, and chatted. I did have a few more beers than I intended, but it was a good night.Teatime treats for travellers ......
....... tomorrow we are spending the day in London with Kathryn (4GoodnessCake!) and her husband Chris who are over from New Zealand on a mini "world tour" ! They have already been to Paris, are now in London and then move on to the USA before going home. I bought these cutters in France a while ago but until now never had an occasion to use them ! This seemed like the perfect reason to get them out, so I have baked an assortment of Big Ben, Eiffel Tower, and Statue of Liberty cookies to take with us ! Vanilla sugar cookies (Hummingbird Bakery recipe) iced in fondant and hand painted. I am so looking forward to seeing them tomorrow ....... they are such a lovely couple and it will be wonderful to be able to reciprocate the fantastic hospitality they showed to us when we were in New Zealand last year ! I know Kathryn is very busy while she's over here, so I'm banking on her not having time for flickr before tomorrow !! ;o) LOL
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