No more soap sales + being copied

I have discontinued soap sales, at least temporarily. I have had a lot of fun over 18 years making soap and meeting so many other interesting people. Thank you everyone .
Maybe I will get back to it again later, but meanwhile I will be making only for personal use and gifting..

28 October 2017....Unfortunately someone has chosen to copy/paste huge amounts from my old web pages....product information, receipes, soap making methods eg...and place this on the domain name I let go a few months ago. They can buy the domain name but that does not give access to my copyright material or the use of my registered business name.
If you go to that page it is not me you might be dealing with. The person hides behind a "disposable" email address

Mar 18, 2010

a few things i looked at today

Interior garden in the main block

these photos start in Anndale with the old house called *the Abbey* which is very obscured.
go via the beautiful Hunter Bailey Church on to RPAH and its lousy car parks !!.
moving into the hospital grounds with an old garden and a new one .
a pic of what was once the *residents quarters* and 
a few pics of St Johns college and its mellow brick.
the old Bonds factory is a huge apartment block in cream.
some photos of photos displayed on the walls of the hospital with some of 
the old wards and the old nurses LOL. 
i took too many pics and they are of no interest to most, so i will leave them at that .
the hospital is an interesting mix of the old and the new .
the atmosphere is good.....better than some other places i have patronised lately :-)

Hunter Bailey church
Anzac and Harbour bridges
Queen Mary Nurses home which once housed around 1000 student nurses.
reputedly for redevelopment

what was once the "residents quarters"

St Johns College

the old Bonds underwear factory now turned into apartments

spires of St Johns College

Photos in a display of nursing history.
the old *nightingale wards* made it easy to keep
an eye on patients but must have been sheer hell
for patients.
any one of those student nurses could have been me

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