to 'Reach for the Sky' - a corner of Cyberspace with a difference! As the new
design of the site builds, you will embark on a shopping expedition or be able
to browse other areas of interest; for example, poems, remembrance, pets,
charitable causes, tributes and
These categories sometimes interact with shopping thus
allowing guests to be inspired to find gifts that will be different; possibly
unusual. I am always in the process of finding the best sources of discounts for you;
however, I shall maintain the superior quality of merchants as I fully believe
that cheap is not always the most economical.
There is a lot to see for shopping. Please look upon 'Reach for the Sky' as a Department Store with many floors and sections. The links to your
left will transport you to the most popular areas.
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This time here is a Steiff 45cm Leo Lion
(Blonde). He is made from soft woven fur - cuddly, velvety and versatile, which
is amazingly soft and has a natural feeling. Don't you just love him? Do click on the image for
...are you interested in alternative history?
What is that all about?
Read George Kearton's first Kindle book:
The Jacobite Uprising of 1745 is one of those parts of British
history that we all think we know a little bit about. The romantic story of
“Bonnie Prince Charlie” and his gallant Highlanders invading England, only to
turn back at Derby and subsequently be defeated at Culloden is part of the
cultural glue that holds ‘Great Britain’ together.
But what if things had turned out differently?
What if a broken carriage wheel and an inattentive Royal Navy officer had
changed the course of history? Could the Prince and his Scottish, Irish, Welsh
and English supporters have reached London, deposed George II and driven him
into exile in Hanover? And how would our history have changed if the House of
Stuart had been restored to the British throne in 1745?
Presented as a historical text, 'The Year of The Prince' tells the tale of a
history which might have been and chronicles a successful Jacobite Uprising with
many different consequences for Great Britain. It is the first of five volumes
in 'The House of Stuart Sequence'. Future volumes will tell of the ongoing
effects of a Stuart Restoration on the history of Great Britain, Europe, the
Americas and beyond. The whole series will travel the years from 1745 to 1900 by
which time we discover 'A World Turned Upside Down'.