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is it really necessary to make the word "soup" a link? and if so, why make soup a link, but not "trees" or "soul"?
Because soup is quite unusual to be a "valuable exchange for" human soul Would you like some soup?
"This time of year" -- which time of year?
This looks like more than a stub to me. Could the "This is a stub" bit at the bottom be removed?
I remember visiting about five years before the Great Storm and distinctly remember identifying the trees which were then well over 150 feet tall as lime trees. I also vaguely remember reading elsewhere that they were definitely lime trees. I don't think beech trees ever grow that tall or look that imposing. These were giants and I am almost certain they were limes. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 20:41, 14 June 2008 (UTC)