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i MADE THIS FOR MY GRANDDAUGHTER BEGGING ME TOO, SHE IS 22, IT WAS VERY GOOD BUT SEEMED TO THICK, I USED THE ABOUT OF CORN STARCH IT CALLED FOR BUT WAS REALLY TOO THICK, WHAT DID I DO WRONG, COOK TOO LONG/ LESS CORN STARCH???

Twenty-feet tall with a crown equally wide, it grew on high ground right at the intersection of two pastures, a very fitting place. Haw means hedge and indeed Hawthorns were used as hedges. In fact, in 1845 England pass the General Enclosures Act allowing Hawthorns to be used as hedges to mark off land. That caused a lot of irritation because until then folks could go wandering from hill to dale at will without obstructions. It took another 150 years or so for England to pass a “right to roam act” allowing people more access to such land. Let it not be said that England does not correct bad laws, it may just take a century or two.

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