Scrapbook Posted on June 4, 2018 by jhundredJune 5, 2018 Every adventure has moments or photos that don’t fit a post but are worth noting. Here’s our No. England scrapbook. Still trying to wrap my mind around this. No tackling allowed? Should they stick to croquet? Social housing in Kendal on the River Kent–a premium site that might be reserved for high-end development in the US Brewery Arts in Kendal–an old brewery and warehouses converted for theater arts. Grants and benefactors assure that it remains a community asset. England’s answer to Mexico’s rock walls topped with embedded glass. Or wall top option: fill with flowers. Old Sizergh Farm: any place that promises a fairy crossing must be worth a visit. The only modern building we found in Kendal is this performing arts center for Kendal College of Art and Design. It is tucked behind old stone buildings and can’t be seen from the street. Performing Arts Center Rain screen corner detail. The panels are strips of solid-surface material. Creationist pub sign? Old meets new in Leeds: cars, trash cans, find their place at the front entrance of many apartments. Harrogate was a finish town for 2014 Tour de France. Here’s their memorial to the event. From cheesemonger to fishmonger… …England is full of mongers! Turf ceiling anyone?