Daily Archives: August 1, 2016

Death by Pumpkin: Rhe Brewster Mystery by N.A. Granger #mystery #thriller

Reblogged from Legends of Windemere: Available on Amazon! CLICK FOR AMAZON PAGE At the annual Pumpkin Festival in the coastal town of Pequod, Maine, Rhe Brewster, an ER nurse and Police Department consultant, responds to screams at the site of … Continue reading

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Old World Déjà vu

Originally posted on Global Sojourns Photography:
It was a strange day I remember, exploring Budapest for the first time with a sensation I had walked these streets before, every corner a story to be told.  Each step filled with fascination,…

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Crazy bird lady and the sixth sense

On the first day that Ani and I moved into the new flat, a small, unidentified flying object hopped in through the big glass doors to say hello. He looked a bit like a sparrow, but his legs were too … Continue reading

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Going west – and getting lost

Our little convoy left the ancient site playing follow-the-leader on the narrow roads. The car in front of me had instructions, in case we lost the lead car, on how to get to the car park for a quick comfort … Continue reading

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Enslaved #midnighthaiku

Enslaved by brown eyes Whatever their expression Irresistable (I offered her a bath…)

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