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Solstice of the Moon: A last adventure (continued)

Read the first part of this adventure here. We knew the story. Both James and Paul himself have told how it was found, when Paul and his brother, exploring the moors as children, had come upon the strange passageway…and how … Continue reading

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Red Rufus (5.9) … Stuart France

* They even have their own beer. It is a brew of high distinction and no little kick. Mister Fox… Source: Stuart France

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Aurally Man… Stuart France

* “Aurally Man…” “Aurally Man…” “Why is the sky so huge?” “Why, so that the rain falls in drops.” * Source: Aurally Man… | Stuart France

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Damp disaster and diamond days

The morning was magical. It was one of the most beautiful dawns I have ever seen. Mist poured over the moors, white as snow, turning to liquid gold at the touch of the sun. Shaded valleys, frosted with diamonds, glinted … Continue reading

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Stone-Flecked… Stuart France

* * A day upon which to find… * * Some thing… Continue reading: Stone-Flecked… | Stuart France

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Aurally Speaking… Stuart France

* “But what does it mean, I mean, why insist upon this sort of ‘Geometric Embedding’?” “There may be several reasons, but one is certainly preservative.” “Coding may be another…” “…And quit possibly, keying.” “Keying sounds interesting?” “Keying is still … Continue reading

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Stepping back…

I spent too much of the day twiddling my thumbs in hospital waiting rooms far from home, thanks to the economic logic that sends patients to distant towns, not just for the specialist units…which is understandable… but for routine appointments…which … Continue reading

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