A 93-year-old great-great grandmother dubbed the ‘Queen of Knitting’ has created a massive six-foot long replica of Buckingham Palace – out of wool. Margaret Seaman, from Caistor-on-Sea in Norfolk, took eight months to knit the six-foot-long model of His Majesty’s main residence in London. Margaret only took up the craft 10 years ago and has aptly been awarded the British Empire medal (BEM) for her achievements.
Patience, bribery, laughter, and a heck of a bicep muscle were all needed to rescue a helpless dog trapped after falling 10 feet into an ice-covered pool. The Michigan animal shelter Pound Buddies received several “frantic” calls on March 7th about a dog trapped in the old water filtration pond. The pond was frozen over, but with water clearly sloshing about over the ice, how long until the 60 lbs. husky plunged through was anyone’s guess.
3. Dutch 27-Year-Old Finds 1000-Year-Old Medieval Treasure Using Metal Detector
A Dutch historian found a unique 1,000-year-old medieval golden treasure, consisting of four golden ear pendants, two strips of gold leaf and 39 silver coins, the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities announced Thursday. Lorenzo Ruijter, 27, who told Reuters he has been treasure hunting since he was 10, discovered the treasure in 2021 in the small northern city of Hoogwoud, using a metal detector.