Daily Archives: November 12, 2020

Pals Regiments: An Experiment Never Repeated ~Judith Barrow #WW1

Reblogged from Judith Barrow: As members of the human race we feel safest with those we know and trust. And we choose who to trust; friends and those members of our families with whom we can empathise. Those who think … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: The Butcher’s Stone…

““Culloden,” he said, the whispered word an evocation of tragedy.” Outlander: Voyager, Diana Gabaldon We had turned off the main road to Inverness, and were heading down the ‘B’ roads in search of an ancient site we wanted to visit. … Continue reading

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The City and the Stars (1) – Skara Brae ~ Steve Tanham

With the Pictish Trail weekend a long car journey and a boat ride behind us, we had awakened in Stromness to the early morning of an overcast Orkney day – The excavated and intact Neolithic village of Skara Brae was … Continue reading

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A Fatal End?…

* The Druids of Erin, so the story goes, Long prophesied the coming of St Patrick. They told it in this way… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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On the Doorstep: Whitchurch ~ Earth and Water

It was a lovely day. We needed to get out and about… get some exercise in the fresh air and sunshine. And yet, there we were in lockdown again. My own village offers few unexplored possibilities, so, instead of moping … Continue reading

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Free #midnighthaiku

Beyond the shadows Inner illumination True colours break free *

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