Reblogged from Beetley Pete:
Jim is a blogger and published writer. He is well-known for his writings about the fictional land of Port Naain, and his hero, the poet Tallis Steelyard. On this occasion, his guest post is kind enough to feature my home vllage of Beetley, (as Beetfield) and also reference parts of the area, including the woodland, and the local Thai (Toelar) restaurant, The New Inn. As for who the Hermit might be, I will leave you to imagine. 🙂
Feeding The Hermit Of Beetfield
By Jim Webster
There are many undignified but expedient ways to leave Port Naain and I suspect that I have used most of them at one time or another. It must be admitted that leaving the city as an employee of a ‘Night-soil Factor’ is probably my lowest point. In my defence I must point out that I was young then and had got involved in politics. Thus you might say I deserved what I got.
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