Tag Archives: Cumbria

Wood ‘n’ Stone… Stuart France

* “Witches ‘n’ Warlocks”… * * “Life ‘n’ Death”… * * “Life in Death”… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Swinside…

The track to which we had been directed by the lady on horseback was the one we had already passed, deciding it had to be the right one, but acknowledging that the ‘farm vehicles only’ sign meant that we would … Continue reading

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A road to now-here… Stuart France

* While it is true… * * The road does… * * Not lead anywhere. Continue reading at Stuart France

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Over the hills…

We left the hotel straight after breakfast… we had something we wanted to see on our way home.  Even though our destination was fifty miles away, it would only add about thirty miles to our journey… but it would take … Continue reading

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Gentlemen take polaroids… Stuart France

* So… * * The sun came out… * * And started playing… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Wild thing… Stuart France

* If you like… * * Your cool… * * Old, Old Skool… Continue reading at Stuart France

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Involution… Stuart France

* “You forgot involution,” says Wen with the sort of grin which means things are going to get worse before they get better. “Did I?” “From your list of concepts which may help people fathom the shadowing.” “Ah, so I … Continue reading

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A church under wraps II

As we opened the door into St Kentigern’s church, it was fairly obvious we had picked the wrong time to visit. Not only was the sudden and relative warmth of the building steaming up the camera lens like there was … Continue reading

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A church under wraps

After the Full Circle workshop had ended and we had taken our leave from the rest of the party, Stuart, Larissa and I went to visit a local parish church, St Kentigern’s in Crossthwaite. I had wanted to visit the … Continue reading

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The eye of the sun

Three weeks before the Full Circle workshop, Stuart and I had headed north to Cumbria on our ‘recce’ trip. Stuart had been ill for a couple of weeks and shouldn’t really have been going anywhere. But you can’t run a … Continue reading

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