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Daily Archives: September 14, 2020
It is a beautiful walk along the cliffs towards St David’s Head. The land is covered in an incredible variety of wildflowers, from the pink pompoms of thrift to the tall spires of foxgloves. The starry flowers of sedum nestle … Continue reading
“GHOST, n. The outward and visible sign of an inward fear.” Devil’s Dictionary, Ambrose Bierce I was looking for some information and came across a video of a paranormal investigation at a place we are very familiar with… Avebury. It … Continue reading
Dear Don, As a proud member of the lunatic fringe, anything I might say would be complimentary. Seriously, if thinking for yourself… even being at a tangent to reality… gains you that epithet, then I just wish there were more … Continue reading
The correct training of your two-legs… ‘specially visiting two-legses…is critical to their well-being. I thought I’d share my ten favourite tips for the establishment of proper pack behaviour… 1. Use advanced surveillance techniques. Never let them arrive unexpectedly. This gives … Continue reading