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How to use the Blog

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Using my iPhone to write a post

This is a rather alarming experiment (I know many of you will wonder what the fuss is all about but I am equally sure many of you will sympathise). So, one finger tapping away. I won’t consider adding a photo -keep that excitement for next time! This is all I am going to say. I’m [...]

Of Blogs and Books…

I was trying yesterday to describe to someone what we used our Tom’s Barn Blog for, what in fact a blog actually was. I struggled slightly, and said that I found it a truly pleasurable way for me to keep in touch with our guests past and present and even possibly future; obviously one delights [...]

A Guest Comments on our Blog

(By way of explanation, Derek and Jenny stayed here last year and are returning again soon. While they were staying here they met our then vicar, Christopher Harrison, and one lazy warm evening last year the five of us shared a glass or two of wine sitting outside Tom’s Barn. You can get an idea [...]

Using the Blog Part 3

If you are an experienced blogger don’t bother reading this. But for those many of us who are not we hope that this  series of three ‘Using the Blog’ posts may just help explain away some of the more puzzling and potentially off-putting mysteries. Comments: Anyone can ‘post a comment’ i.e. write something about a [...]

What on earth is a blog? Part 2

Using the Blog & Gallery- what does it all mean…? Most of you will know far more than us. We are very new to blogging ourselves so hesitate to start parading even as semi-experts; however our enjoyment of the Parwich blog and now our own  means that our confidence is growing and we are beginning [...]

The new Tom's Barn Blog & Gallery

And just what is a blog, we’ve been asked? And why do you need something when you’ve already got a website? Well, we probably don’t really but we are very excited all the same at the idea of having the two different species  running side by side, complementing each other. As we see it our [...]