Bull Manor (Furhouse)

Author Happyshopper - Last updated: 27.08.2012

Sometimes I wonder at how little sleep you need to be able to function on to visit these places. Visited with Subversive and 2wid, we set off at some ungodly hour to arrive around sunrise for a spot of bull and farmer dodging.

I genuinely believe this place has to be seen to be believed.

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Twin Room by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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Let There be Light by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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Flock of Geese by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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Play Me A Little Tune by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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Childhood Memories by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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Grandpa’s Chair by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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Keepsakes by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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My Life Story by jamescharlick, on Flickr

The library was the room that I had come for though. I’ve never seen anything like it, you could spend days in here.

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The Grand Library by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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A Little Light Reading by jamescharlick, on Flickr

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A Book By The Fire by jamescharlick, on Flickr

Here are some detail shots from around the place:

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Then it was back outside for another attempt at the bull run. Lots of fun, lots of frolics, and one or two funny looks as we three skipped down the road arm in arm like something from Enid Blyton.

That last part may have only happened in my mind.

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