Daily Archives: February 11, 2018

The History of sedan chair racing in Port Naain

Originally posted on Tallis Steelyard:
A number of people have asked me about sedan chairs and tradition we have in Port Naain of racing them. Now it is doubtless possible to go into great detail about this. Whilst not myself…

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Give Me Sanctuary… Eric Pone #writephoto

The flight from Heathrow to Minneapolis was uneventful enough. The key was to pretend you fit in, avoid sunglasses, and simply acknowledge fans when they did recognize him. And Eowyn knew to keep his appearance American with baggy jeans, a … Continue reading

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Guest writer: Andy White – Astronautalis and the death of Muhammad Ali

Thursday the 2nd to Sunday the 5th of June 2016. Connections and friendship. My first scribbles of reflection. The weekend of the 3rd of June. It saw the death of Muhammad Ali and the championship victory of Michael Bisping. The … Continue reading

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Percy Jones – Michael #writephoto

When Percy Jones woke up he was surprised to find himself dressed in his best suit. Looking around and past the array of flowers that seemed to be piled on top of him this wasn’t the sanctuary he was thinking … Continue reading

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For Frank J. Tassone’s haikai challenge

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The Attack – Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

The temple had been the only home my family had known for generations. Having been hunted like animals, my family was the only one to survive from our once noble and powerful House. But we were safe now, in our … Continue reading

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The land of the ‘stone father’

At the heart of an ancient landscape is the Dorset village of Cerne Abbas. The village grew up around a Benedictine Abbey founded there over a thousand years ago and it is still a place where folklore, myth and legend … Continue reading

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Breathe… #midnighthaiku

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