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Port Erin Marine Biology Laboratory 1975
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Here is a quick fill in on my life to date. After a couple of years working (John as junior hospital Doctor me as biology teacher) we made an overland trip to Australia via Afghanistan and Iran!! (Topically--walking up Mount Merapi and sleeping out at the top ) after working in Australia for a few months we returned via North America .We moved over to Nottingham where John worked as a GP and I continued to teach.
We soon took another extended trip to North America where John went climbing (Yosemite to Northern Canada) and I toured around with friends. On our return we bought and restored an old watermill and barn in a local village and have since restored barns in France and Cornwall both of which we rent out.

We had bought our first painting just after we were married and our collecting gradually led to us becoming full time art dealers. Our main gallery is in Islington The Hart Gallery We represent a number of artists many of them internationally. We have attended art fairs in Miami Chicago Geneva etc etc. and published a number of monographs and catalogues on our artists. We have just commissioned our first film. Unfortunately the IOM weekend coincides with our Nottingham Summer sculpture exhibition. (Gallery at Linby, Nottingham 0115 963 8707)
The outdoors has remained a passion we do a lot of walking mountain biking and have just bought two old canoes to paddle around the Cornish coast. John is still an active and addicted rock climber. Our children Rosie 24 (junior doctor) and Pete 22 (Cambridge maths graduate now working in folk music) are running and climbing in the Lake District as I write. As for Marine Biology days I am impressed with how much I have forgotten even though others are impressed by how much I still know! Good to be in touch again.
Do pass on best wishes to anyone else you get in touch with.
Best love Kit

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