|Photo Gallery of James and Nancy's visit to Mr. Hinton in UK for his 88th Birthday!
(Click on thumbnails to see original size of the pictures)
|Arthur always enjoys good red wine
with his dinner. On this his 88th
Birthday, he makes no exception!
|Arthur can't wait to read the email
greetings from his students around the
globe, even among packed boxes!
|Looking through the window of the
guest room into Arthur's garden.
|We wish Arthur many happy years at
the Paddock Flats.
|Time to say good-bye, no tears! Just
look forward to another time when we
will meet again!
|Stone wall fences built to brave the
weather and be guard for decades!
|Little white dots alone the country
road? These are sheep in spring time,
all plump and ready for shearing!
|Stone wall fences, you can see them in
farms, country homes and
|Bakewell, a town in the Hill District; behind
the monument, you can see the narrow
winding street leading all the way uphill.
|Every factory/shop in Bakewell claim to
have the original famous recipe for its
pudding - which is actually a pie!
|These stone wall fences are just as
spetacular as those ones we saw in
|Beautiful countryside near Chesterfield
puts on a spring outfit.
|Pheasants running free in the
|The pathway leading to the front
entrance of Chatsworth.
|The way to the Chatsworth Gardens
with many fountains, greenhouse, and
|Chatsworth's famous cascading
|Arthur and James are about to enjoy a
simple lunch of famous British pies at
|Our rental car parked at 10 Ridd Way.
Arthur's experience to nevigate the driver
for a few days must be very challenging!
|Chatsworth House, the stately home of
the Duke of Devonshire, now a
museum and a popular local attraction.
|Arthur's two Hong Kong QES students, who
came from across the Alantic Ocean, feel
previledged to celebrate his 88th birthday
with his daughter, Hedy Ann and son-in-law,
|made sure the wine bottle is ready, just
the way Mrs. Hinton would do it.
|Arthur's famous Chinese
lamp. He can fool visitors
easily, pretending to read all
the words on it..
|Arthur's bedroom has a
walk-out to the backyard.
|Arthur's favourite chair. Here
he reads or watches
television, but the most
precious thing is the lovely
picture of Mrs. Hinton right in
|A good size kitchen, the new
fridge and stove are ready to
|Welcome to Arthur's new home at the
|Arthur's living room at his 'little'
|who's coming to visit.