Tag Archives: Langsett

Winter’s Tail… Stuart France

* “In my house the lights Turn themselves on and off…” Count Jack Reblogged from Stuart France

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Hunting the Moon III… Stuart France

* Maybe something was up? … * * I mean, really up? But it wasn’t until… * *  We bumped into an ‘old friend’ that we got the full story… Source: Hunting the Moon III… | Stuart France

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Hunting the Moon II… Stuart France

* But the place was strangely deserted… * * In fact, it was positively ghost like… * * Which got us to thinking…   Source: Hunting the Moon II… | Stuart France

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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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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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A chance meeting and a great review…

We signed the book, chatting about the Fox dance we had all just experienced at Langsett. It transpired that the gentleman was a blogger and book reviewer… we exchanged business cards and the name rang a bell. When I got … Continue reading

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Somewhere in the moonlight…

We had watched the sun go down in flames. There was the inevitable frisson of excitement as I waited in the lane. Above, the clouds were fringed with moonlight; here though, there was only shadowed silence. Not far away a … Continue reading

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A writerly weekend…

I was late setting off for the north on Friday, so there was no time to stop and enjoy the autumnal colour that now blankets the land like some medieval tapestry, all ochres, rust and gold. By the time I … Continue reading

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Writing fire

The mysterious Charles James Fox had taken some tracking down, but we had finally arranged a rendezvous and the three of us hunched over our beers in the corner of the Waggon and Horses in Langsett. My companion had taken … Continue reading

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