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Beltane Eve…

The thirtieth of April is traditionally the eve of Beltane, the rebirth of summer when, according to Borrobil, the strange little man of William Croft Dickinson’s classic tale, the dark king of winter must be defeated by the white king … Continue reading

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The song of ‘What the…?’

Lost in sleep, all warm and cosy, Wishing morning to perdition, Dreaming deeply, all unconscious, Snuggled down in prime position… Wake abruptly, bedclothes flying, Primal instinct, fear obeying, Stand a moment, get my bearings, Seek the source of awful baying… … Continue reading

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The Feathered Seer – Part 2 (or when foxes come out) by Running Elk

Fast forward a year to the “Leaf and Flame: the Foliate Man” weekend. The directors of the Silent Eye (a modern mystery school), not really knowing what they might be letting themselves in for, honoured me with a request to … Continue reading

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Five minutes of film

Image: http://www.lovethesepics.com He wasn’t feeling too good so I carried his breakfast through into the lounge where he was watching TV and sat down with him on the sofa for five minutes. He was watching a wildlife programme and, as … Continue reading

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Getting Foxed in Langsett

If you think I seem a little absent today, it is because I am. Weather permitting there will be a stone circle before lunch, in the company of friends, then we head for Langsett. We won’t be the only folk … Continue reading

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A sunny day

“The Black Boy?” Another red kite sailed overhead. “Sounds good to me.” I turned into the little lane through Oving and pulled up in the car-park. The village had once been known as Ulfingas. It sounds rather Tolkienesque and the … Continue reading

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Mister Fox and the Demon Dogs #TuesdayBookBlog

Bone-white winter gleams in the moonlight. Silent shadows hunt in the night…. The Hunter’s Moon sails above dark hills, caught in the empty fingers of the treetops. A mysterious company gathers to kindle the flames of the dance; arcane patterns … Continue reading

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Captured

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