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To the Lighthouse
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The Making of the British Landscape by Nicholas Crane
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Britannia Obscura by Joanne Parker
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Interesting but not such an obscure stories. May be because the topics are not so strange for me. Learned a lot and the book will help me discovering some interesting places in England and Scotland.
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The Weather Detective by Peter Wohlleben
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The Walker's Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs by Tristan Gooley
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Attention All Shipping by Charlie Connelly
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Weatherland by Alexandra   Harris
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There is no bad weather. There is only just the weather in all kind of different ways. I specially liked the Anglo-Saxon stories, loving the word wanderer. I was surprised the man who first kept weather records for a long time, for just over sixty ye ...more
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A Natural History of the Hedgerow by John Wright
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