Postcard from China: Chestnuts
Mirror Online › 1 month ago
Jim Green, from Braintree, Essex, was left stunned when the postcard landed through his letterbox but at closer inspection he realised he had sent it from Benidorm in 1991
Daily Mail Online › 1 month ago
Jim Green, 66, who lives in his parents' former home in Braintree, Essex, was looking through his post when he found the postcard from Benidorm dated September 12, 1991.
Washington Times › Technology › 1 month ago
Chestnuts harvested from high branches on a chilly fall morning look typical: they're marble sized, russet colored and nestled in prickly burs. But many are like no other nuts in nature.
Fox News › Traveling › 1 month ago
A decorator was left stunned after he received a postcard he had sent to his parents while on holiday in Spain - 28 years ago.
USA Today › 3 weeks ago
Social media helped reunite this World War I soldier's postcard to his family.
The Guardian › Lifestyle › 1 month ago
In the 60s and 70s, we sent postcards with brief and often hilarious descriptions of holiday romances, disasters and weather. Collector Tom Jackson posted his favourites on Twitter on @PastPostcard. Now, they are in a book, Postcard from the Past...
The Sydney Morning Herald › Entertainment › 2 days ago
This is the story of how one man built one of the wonders of France – a fantasy palace 12 metres high, made from river stones, fossils, pebbles and shells.
New York Post › 1 month ago
There won’t be any chestnuts roasting around the famous Dyker Heights Christmas display this year. Or any other kind of food, after the City Council passed legislation banning food vendors from setting up in the glittering neighborhood that draws up...
From the urban skyline of Chicago to the picture-postcard town of Geneva – there’s something for everyone in Illinois
The Sun › 1 month ago
WHETHER your’re indulging in a Campfire milkshake in Geneva or discovering the Civil War history of Galena – there’s something for everyone to enjoy here. Fashion Editor Lynne McKenna finds Chicago isn’t the only thing to love about the state...
The New York Times › 1 month ago
A postcard from the Californiapocalypse.