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A Dorset Weekend With The Silent Eye – Part Three ~ Helen Jones

Helen Jones continues her account of The Silent Eye’s weekend in Dorset… Journey To Ambeth This is part three of my account of a recent weekend in Dorset with The Silent Eye. Click here for Part 1 & Part 2. … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXXIV: Dog-sick with ice cream

By late afternoon I was flagging. We had been on the road for a mere six days, and although we never rush and we take our time at each of the sites we visit, we don’t stop either. It is … Continue reading

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A Dorset Weekend With The Silent Eye, Part One ~ Helen Jones

Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: I know. It’s been a while since I’ve been here. And I’m still officially on a blog break. However, a few weeks ago I spent a weekend in Dorset with The Silent Eye, which I … Continue reading

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Priest of the Sun III…

Maiden Castle – Dorchester * … “Whither goest thou, Priest of the Sun?” “I go hence to the High Place for the soul is in need.” “What is that need?” “The need is Light.” “And what will you give for … Continue reading

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A thousand miles of history III – A ring of life and death

We arrived in Dorchester with time enough for a coffee and a short wander before Helen’s train was due to arrive, after which we would be heading north a few miles to meet our companions for the workshop weekend. Window-shopping … Continue reading

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Patterned in Dorset (4 – final) – Steve Tanham

Steve’s interpretation of one of the sites visited on the recent Silent Eye workshop in Dorset: He did not know how many were up there… Centurion Calogerus stared at the edge of the plateau above him. The vast hill-fort rose … Continue reading

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A thousand miles of history…

To be exact, that should be one thousand, one hundred and twenty four miles, but that makes for a bit of a mouthful as a title… and that’s without the other few hundred miles Stuart had to travel between his … Continue reading

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Adventure #midnighthaiku

Moments or faces Inviting or forbidding Each one a portal * Beyond the threshold None can say what lies waiting Only adventure These two pictures were taken in Cerne Abbas, Dorset… join us there in June to seek adventures…

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The land of the ‘stone father’

At the heart of an ancient landscape is the Dorset village of Cerne Abbas. The village grew up around a Benedictine Abbey founded there over a thousand years ago and it is still a place where folklore, myth and legend … Continue reading

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Wish you were here?

We regularly share the stories of our workshop weekends on these pages. What is impossible to share on these pages is the sense of warmth, the laughter and the camaraderie that attends these weekends. Those who come along are not … Continue reading

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