Daily Archives: July 20, 2018

Living Lore: Marcia Meara’s ‘Rabbit’ tells the tale of Boojum and Hootin’ Annie

The Tale of Boojum and Hootin’ Annie Appalachian Mountains Folk Tale An Excerpt From Wake-Robin Ridge Book 4 (Coming this Fall) Thank you, Miz Sue, for lettin’ me come by today, and meet your friends. My name’s Rabbit*. Well, that … Continue reading

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The Anaphora controversy ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Tallis Steelyard: Do many now remember the notorious Anaphora controversy? At the risk of causing insult, I’ll merely remark, for those who have advanced far beyond such techniques, that Anaphora is the deliberate repetition of the first part … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History VI: Nice weather for ducks and Drake…

  It was raining when we finally found our way through the mists. It was still raining when we arrived in Tavistock, to be welcomed by a surprising figure. Sir Francis Drake… privateer to Queen Elizabeth I, circumnavigator of the … Continue reading

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Gone to earth… Stuart France

* It is, perhaps, natural to speculate on the original inhabitant of our next site… ** Given its proximity to Dans Maen, a short walk away, Continue reading at Stuart France

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Images #midnighthaiku

Imagination Whimsy and creative sparks Celebrate summer These pictures were taken in Great Hucklow, the village where we hold our annual Silent Eye workshop, during the well-dressing a couple of years ago.

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