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Daily Archives: October 15, 2016
From the archives – Jan 2016: I’m no technical genius and when I first started blogging, I needed to learn my way around the WordPress system. It is pretty much common sense and easy enough to set up. If you … Continue reading
Reblogged from Stuart France: * EURYNOME I sing to the moon. I pray to the moon. I cry with the moon, and she tells me the ‘why ?’ Continue reading here.
In response to Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. Now, briefly, you see me – #writephoto “Money?” he smiled. “How much money do I have?” He laughed, in the wa… Source: Now, briefly, you see me – #writephoto
It had taken us a while to find the place and there were several things here we really wanted to see, quite apart from the rocks themselves. It isn’t the easiest place to find. The formation is called Robin Hood’s … Continue reading
If you think I seem a little absent today, it is because I am. Weather permitting there will be a stone circle before lunch, in the company of friends, then we head for Langsett. We won’t be the only folk … Continue reading
Reblogged, in a spirit of utter envy, from James at Walking with a Smacked Pentax… Sheltering from the torrential rain behind a dry stone wall with a good friend, and talking for ages about previous expeditions. Sharing a hot drink and … Continue reading