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Bush Craft

by | 12th, November 2003

‘LINDA Barker would have a field day in the d’Ornanos’ Paris retreat. Ho, ho, best make that a jungle day, given that Linda made her name in such an environment.

Linda didn’t know what to do with her hands after the accident with the superglue

But no one trick pony, Linda is now on safari. She can do jungle; she can do urban; she can even at a push to country postmodern with a lemon twist. And now she can do bush.

On a trip to the Shamwari Game Reserve in Africa’s Eastern Cape, Linda wore a red dress with beads sewn into it and a pink top. Later she wore a hat.

The giraffes in the distance wore a mottled brown and yellow fabric, the effect of which you can create for our own home with a stencil and a tube of self-tanning cream.

Linda later looked at a large ostrich egg, which makes the perfect dinner table conversation piece and receptacle for putting in off-cuts of chintz for emergencies.

Anyone interested in Linda’s new Bush Range should get in touch through us. Or scatter grass seeds onto a shag-pile carpet, water liberally and let nature do the rest.’



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