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The House that Fish Built…

* … No smoke from the roof-rounds of Albion without tribute to them… A tribute on the Quern. A tribute on the Kneading Trough. A tribute on the Baking Flags… An ounce of gold for every nose North, South, East … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Extrusions…

Dear Wen… Well, I regard that as a tad unfair seeing as though my slug trails aren’t actually slug trails at all. I quite like slugs anyway… admittedly it is not ideal to have herds of them wandering about the … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: Port Uig…

* I have fond memories of Holyhead and the ferry to Dublin. * These may, it is true, be now rose-tinted by time, but I am sure that there is a pub in which we enjoyed lunch and a couple … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Extrusions…

Dear Don, I am, of course, blaming your ‘extrusions’ for the silvery exudations that now make an argent tracery across my threshold. Slug Town? Yeah… they all seem to be coming in to see me the past couple of weeks … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: Millennial Stone…

* After our sojourn at the Off Road Inn we tried Portree again but although we managed to get a park this time, as we prepared to exit our Red-Pill-Box, the heavens opened… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Wayland: White Horse… Stuart France

* But according to some, Wayland has far more onerous responsibilities than shoeing the horses of passing way farers… * A group of local lads were enjoying a drink one evening at the White Horse Inn, Woolstone, when an unknown … Continue reading

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Wayland: The Blessed Isles… Stuart France

* The tone of the tale once Britain is reached, becomes very different… * Alighting on Berkshire’s High Downs, Wayland came upon an ancient chambered tomb, and made it his home. Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Thursday photo prompt: Worn #writephoto

  Welcome to this week’s #writephoto prompt! You can find all last week’s entries in the weekly round-up, which was published earlier today. Throughout the week, I will feature as many of the responses here on the Daily Echo as … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up: Darkness #writephoto

Ever-changing skies Dark clouds touch the horizon Unexpected grace Landscape cast in high relief Light shines against the shadows * The photo for this week’s prompt was taken over the moors of the Derbyshire Dales, when we were out exploring … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: Riddle…

* Back in the relative sanctuary of our Red-Pill-Box, Wen looked at me hopefully and said, “You did make a note of the riddle didn’t you?” * “As it is all that now stands between us and oblivion, my dearest … Continue reading

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