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


Jun 27, 2010

a visit to Callen Park...












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2 comments:

Sandra Mosley said...

Loved all the building pictures. Thanks. Curious about the stone circle with the trees in it. What's that about?

diane buckley said...

hi sandra
this is the only comment i can find about the garden

" Essential to testament was the calming influence of natural beauty and pleasant parklands, designed by Director of the Botanic Gardens, Charles Moore.

Further landscaping in the 1890's included the planting of palms and and rainforest trees, and the conversion of an informal pond to the curious sunken garden, which although waterless, survives."

it is situated in front of the Kirkbride Block and it can be seen as a small circle in front of that building in the old black and white map of the site on this page

http://www.sydneyarchitecture.com/INW/INW19.htm

when i saw this garden i had expectations of it being somehow larger and deeper than it is. I guess time has helped fill it in ???

diane :-)