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    • I love it! It has happy memories for me, as it marks the move towards summer and was my horse’s (in my youth) favourite snack. I always thought it was just easy for him to grab if I wasn’t paying attention, but I have since read that it has a lot of nutrition and healing qualities

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  1. Beautiful contrast – the blurry cathedral with the focus on these tiny beauties! Many thanks for being part All Seasons! Later I’ll come back to respond to your comment:) Have a beautiful week (and weather!) Jesh

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