Subject: Re: Questions
From: Alex Kemp
Date: Thursday, 21 April 2011 11:55:38 +0100
To: Micaela Kemp
Micaela wrote:

By the way how many did you need.

If you are talking about the questions, as many as you have! Neil (the expert from Wollaton Hall) has life-long interest in Coal Measures. “Coal Measures” is the name that geologists give to what was originally vast numbers of trees & plants & green stuff (including stuff like algea on ponds) that built up on land in vast amounts, then became buried by thousands of feet of rock, and got crushed small because of that, and ended up as coal & oil & gas. He is one of the world’s experts in all that stuff, and can answer any questions that you may have on that. Now’s your chance.

If any of your friends might change their mind & decide to come, now is the time to decide.

Have you looked at the pictures of Wollaton Hall on the internet yet? It is a lovely place. It dates back to the Tudor times, is surrounded by a huge park, and includes a Deer Park (those are red deer).

Alex Kemp