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  • Alfred
    All of the bears on this site contain small parts may have glass eyes may contain steel balls or steel shot and may be cotter pin jointed This means that they are unsuitable for children News About Us Map Order
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/showbear.php?name=Alfred (2016-04-29)


  • Algie
    All of the bears on this site contain small parts may have glass eyes may contain steel balls or steel shot and may be cotter pin jointed This means that they are unsuitable for children News About Us Map Order
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/showbear.php?name=Algie (2016-04-29)

  • Alistair
    13 5 inches from head to toe Alistair is made by Maria as a one off Fabric ginger mohair Eyes black glass boot button Filling polyfill and plastic pellets All of the bears on this site contain small parts may have glass eyes may contain steel balls or steel shot and may be cotter pin jointed This means that they are unsuitable for children News About Us Map Order Make
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/showbear.php?name=Alistair (2016-04-29)


  • Alpaca
    All of the bears on this site contain small parts may have glass eyes may contain steel balls or steel shot and may be cotter pin jointed This means that they are unsuitable for children News About Us Map Order
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/showbear.php?name=Alpaca (2016-04-29)

  • Archive
    Ambrose Amos Amy An an Andrew Anemone Angel Angostura Annabelle Annette Anthony Anya Apricot April Previous page Showing 16 to 30 of 802 Next page News About Us Map Order Make a Bear Craft Courses Adventures Links Bookshop Site map
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/showbears.php?category=archive&count=15 (2016-04-29)

  • Bearhugs Blog
    wine shop for us so we can buy some Where we are going to put it I don t know Posted in Hungary No Comments Peppers peppers and more peppers September 30th 2009 We thought we d have a mooching about day today Breakfast was great we were the only people staying at the hotel last night and they did us proud Maria wanted some peppers to take back apparently the ones in England just aren t the same so we headed off to Szekszárd which has a market It was one those typical Hungarian markets stalls are provided and then all sorts of people bring in whatever they have to sell Some are real traders others little old ladies with a handfull of produce left over from what they grow in their garden Maria made a start on her pepper shopping I think some of these might be a bit hot We then headed for Decs on the trail of some more folk art but found the place only opens on Tuesdays and Fridays or by appointment a bit of a disapointment We diverted to Paks instead They have an unusual church if the pictures are anything to go by and are supposed to do excellent halászlé The pictures of the church don t do it justice It was stunning very organic in shape It was closed but what we could see from the door looked beautiful We then headed off for the halászlé since it was special I decided to have a try I m not sure I would have if I d known they would give me a bib to wear Still it did taste good Maria hates fish bones so she chickened out and had some pork instead It was covered in garlic and we had to share the car with her for the rest of the day We needed to cross the Danube so instead of driving for miles we took the Komp a sort of dinky ferry and headed for Kalocsa another of the towns famous for it s embroidery Luckily as it is nearing the end of the season their stocks were much depleted and we got away without buying any We did buy some china but it was pretty We were then ready for a quiet sit down and a cake in the square in the centre of Kalocsa I do like Hungarian cakes it was just a shame I couldn t manage an ice cream as well On the way we saw some fields of peppers Kalocsa is one of the prime paprika areas and some houses with red peppers drying before being ground into paprika It looks most attractive There are also roadside stalls selling veg and Maria saw some with peppers So of course we had to stop She bought not just a few but a whole sack The boot of the car is stuffed They are talking of going to Tescos tomorrow and shopping I am NOT going back to England on the roofrack Posted in Hungary No Comments Farewell to Eger September 29th 2009 On Monday we had very little energy left So we found the market in Eger and bought a few bits and pieces poppy seed beans walnuts It s a lovely market full of little old ladies selling the produce from their gardens After a quiet sit down and cake we headed back to start on the mamoth task of packing Starting with 65 bottles of wine and all Maria s purchases John said if he never saw another stair he d be happy Despite being shattered he wanted to go up to one of the local wine cellars but Maria didn t really fancy it The more he suggested the more she got stubborn and refused In the end he went on his own and bought more wine while she stayed and sulked I thought this would be a good opportunity for me to get some of the grapes that grew over the tables at the Csárda I d seen other people pick some but they would never let me I thought while no one was paying attention to me I could climb up a vine and be done before they missed me It would have worked too if I hadn t got stuck Still I got my grapes and only a little telling off Today we moved on We managed to fit everything in the car just but I understand they are intending to buy some more wine and peppers We are off to a little castle in Simontornya I was browsing through the guide book when I noticed a write up about an ice cream place not too far from our route So I insisted we divert for lunch Well worth it perhaps not hundreds but LOTS of flavours of lovely ice cream and wonderful cakes The castle seems lovely I have MY OWN BED and internet Posted in Hungary No Comments From horses to planes September 29th 2009 Saturday was Claire and Robs last full day so we decide to go out to the great plain Hortobágy I ve been before with Maria and John to the Bridge Fair at the famous 9 arch bridge They have done a lot of work since then and we had a good wander around the exhibits and Maria got all dewy eyed about some weaving Apparently it s just like her mum used to have and she had to have a couple of tea towels I think she has the biggest collection of tea towels in the world I don t know where they all came from We then decided to take a ride out onto the puszta plain in a horse drawn cart It was rather dusty but well worth it We saw some great displays of horsemanship The evening was spent quietly packing trying to decide how much could be taken on the plane and what would have to be left
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/blog/ (2016-04-29)

  • Amber
    Measuring 12 inches from head to toe Amber is made by Maria in a limited edition of 4 Fabric rich russet tipped with dark brown mohair Eyes black glass boot button Filling polyfill and plastic pellets All of the bears on this site contain small parts may have glass eyes may contain steel balls or steel shot and may be cotter pin jointed This means that they are unsuitable for
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/showbear.php?name=Amber (2016-04-29)

  • Ambrose
    All of the bears on this site contain small parts may have glass eyes may contain steel balls or steel shot and may be cotter pin jointed This means that they are unsuitable for children News About Us Map Order
    http://www.bearhugs.co.uk/showbear.php?name=Ambrose (2016-04-29)


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