By Mary Mackie
'I've by no means forgotten the photographer who got here in as white as a sheet and acknowledged he hadn't realised the fence used to be electrified. until eventually he used to be astride it. Nasty.' subscribe to Mary Mackie and husband Chris as they revisit Felbrigg corridor, the stately domestic they lived and labored in for a number of years. at the back of the great thing about the gardens, resplendent with apple blossom and wisteria, and past the implementing majesty of the seventeenth-century structure, a continuing conflict is waged opposed to mold and fungus, over-zealous conservationists, and flooring on the point of collapse...Mary unearths the quirks and quagmires of residing during this marvelous Norfolk nationwide belief condominium.