Tag Archives: Don and Wen

Web of Light… Stuart France

* “Plant a stone in a field. Any stone in any field. And watch it grow…” * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Dreaming Stones: The Fairy Rock Motel

We sensibly headed back towards Portree, guessing that, the later it got, the more visitors would have departed. There was every possibility of finding a parking space, dinner and lodgings. First though, we had to get there and, as we … Continue reading

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Dreaming Stones: The church and the stone

We had spotted the ruined church as we drove down through Kilmuir and into Dunvegan, earmarking the place for a visit on the way back. Not only was there a church, but a standing stone behind it too…and a pair … Continue reading

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Dreaming Stones: Dunvegan and the Fairy Flag

We followed the signs for Dunvegan Castle, ancestral home of the Clan MacCleod. Even if we wanted to wander a managed castle, we knew it would be long closed by the time we got there, so instead we found ourselves … Continue reading

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The genre question…

Let’s see now… Mystery, history, romance, or thriller, Fantasy, sci-fi, or seek for the killer, Classics, Jurassics, occasional science Symbolic studies, books on self-reliance, Alternative therapies, young adult fiction, Cordon bleu cooking, artistic depiction, Esoteric theories and Zen meditations Poems … Continue reading

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Of Hallowed Hills… Stuart France

* Things we may Once have missed… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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The Incomparable Comper…

* The nearest church is St Nicholas’ of Great Kimble so we head off there. “Why blue specifically do you think?” “Well, we’re sort of assuming that it’s a healing energy but if we follow the Theosophists then I suppose … Continue reading

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Parsley and Partiality… Stuart France

* … “I’ve answered two of the questions,” smiles Wen. “You mean you’ve found solutions to two of the problems, and which would they be then?” “I know where the tower is situated.” “Ah, I thought you had the air … Continue reading

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Keys to the House of Don: Crucible… Stuart France

* ‘…Such a situation invites the approach of treating the various versions  as at least theoretically, the garbled remnants of an episodic whole. While such a method can never lead us to the definitive story but merely and at every … Continue reading

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Buzzards Big as Bears… Stuart France

* …Some of the roadside Buzzards we pass resemble small bears, which I suppose makes them rather large birds. A lot has happened since our last visit to Avalon. A lot has happened this past year. Will it have altered … Continue reading

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