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Tim

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2020.04.14 12:08

So as promised I have taken some pictures of my village I hope

you enjoy them

My village is called Merriott which is in Somerset (a county/province) in the south west of England.
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  • Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da 2020.04.14 12:09

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    Amazing! I instantly fell in love.
  • thessa 2020.04.14 12:11

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    What a beautiful day! And beautiful place. You're lucky to live there) What is that blooming tree?
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:12

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    @thessa I do not know the tree name sorry :(
  • manami 2020.04.14 12:12

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    beautiful ✨I want to go there someday😊
  • thessa 2020.04.14 12:13

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    @Tim , it's very beautiful, anyway)) But looks like an apricot or something to me.
  • thessa 2020.04.14 12:14

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    Or maybe rose apple!
  • 瑶瑶 2020.04.14 12:15

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    It's jaw-dropping.
  • Maurizio 2020.04.14 12:19

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    What a wonderful Place!
  • Ayerhs 2020.04.14 12:20

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    What animal is that? Is that a real horse/donkey?
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:20

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    @Ayerhs yes he is :)
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:20

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    A horse :)
  • Lisa 2020.04.14 12:22

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    I would like to be there rn 😍 looks incredible!
  • Ayerhs 2020.04.14 12:24

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    @Tim It looks too short.It might be a baby. Cute animal.
  • Maurizio 2020.04.14 12:24

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    Is it a share horse?
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:25

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    Here is a bit of history about Merriott from wikipedia The name Merriott means boundary gate from the Old English Maergeat. The manor was held at the time of the Domesday Book in 1086 by Harding son of Eadnorth whose descendants took the name of the village and continued until the death of Sir John de Meriet in 1391. The good quality of the soil led to the development of market-gardening, with the first use in England of the word nursery (noresire) occurred at Merriot in 1369. The parish was part of the hundred of Crewkerne. Major rebuilding took place in the village following a fire in 1811. The school building dates from 1876, and now incorporates the former Sunday school which was built in 1834.
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:25

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    @Maurizio no shire horses are much bigger
  • Maurizio 2020.04.14 12:27

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    @Tim thanks
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:27

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    @Lisa pravda :)
  • thessa 2020.04.14 12:27

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    @Tim cool😍
  • Rainy 2020.04.14 12:34

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    It’s Gorgeous
  • Serhio 2020.04.14 12:40

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    What is it weird stuff put on a head of horse?
  • Serhio 2020.04.14 12:43

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    It is against sun, like sunglasse?
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:44

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    @Serhio yes :) but he doesn't seem too happy about it 🤣
  • Serhio 2020.04.14 12:46

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    @Tim sorry, hello, I’m serious))) what does it mean? Do u know?
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:47

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    @Serhio I was being serious and I did say yes.
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:48

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    @Serhio they also put it on the horse to keep flies away from biting him
  • Serhio 2020.04.14 12:53

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    Ok))) what about other parts of this cute horse))) Is there a creek, or a small river?
  • Tim 2020.04.14 12:55

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    @Serhio we have a river that runs by my house and it flows through the whole village. I'm not sure what the river is called but I will find out for you. I haven't owned a horse or pony before so I do not know much about their clothing/equipment
  • Serhio 2020.04.14 13:01

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    Cool! And also, on the top of the pointer there is 3 letters: s,c and c. What do you suppose it means?
  • Tim 2020.04.14 13:02

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    @Serhio honestly I dont know, I did think that when I took the picture
  • Tim 2020.04.14 13:03

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    @Serhio the river is called Parrett river
  • Serhio 2020.04.14 13:07

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    Ok, thank you! It was interesting for me, I’m not trying to be insistent, just interesting! These pictures are very cool!
  • Serhio 2020.04.14 13:12

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    @Tim Parrett river! Amazing When I lived in Samara (Russian city) there is Volga river! But we moved on in Moscow, and now we have Moscow river
  • きょうた 2020.04.14 13:15

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    Wonderful pics! This city is really good old one! Is the king head a pub 🍺??
  • Tim 2020.04.14 13:16

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    @きょうた yes it is a lovely pub. As we say in England 'it's my local' it has over 100 different type of Gin and it has local beer/ale
  • きょうた 2020.04.14 13:53

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    @Tim oh my god, it has local beer!? I really wanna give it a shot 😋😋
  • Tim 2020.04.14 13:56

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    @Serhio it's fine :) I dont mind if you have any more questions I'm happy to answer
  • Tim 2020.04.14 13:57

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    @きょうた the local ale is very strong after a few pints you will be under the table. But in Somerset we are renowned for our cider which is even stronger
  • きょうた 2020.04.14 14:10

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    @Tim oh you make me more curious about that ale!! I’m ok with a few pints of Japanese tap beer so...I’ll see it there haha Cider also takes me fancy cuz I’ve never tried authentic one!!
  • Tim 2020.04.14 14:31

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    @きょうた traditional cider is not fizzy and isn't as sweet as the fizzy cider but its usually stronger. I prefer the sweeter fizzy cider. The ales sit very heavy in your stomach and you will feel like you have eaten a big meal.
  • きょうた 2020.04.14 14:38

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    @Tim Sounds great 👍 anyway When I visit England and Ireland which are quite renowned for pub culture, ales and ciders, I’m absolutely giving it a go😋😋
  • Danyeli Melina 2020.04.14 15:43

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    🙂
  • Neonicecubes 2020.04.14 16:24

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    I've never seen any beautiful village like this💙☺
  • Tim 2020.04.14 16:24

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    @Neonicecubes come to england we have so many

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