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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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Callanish Calling: Way-Stone…

* Given that, by all accounts, the Way-Stone was capable of getting us to the morn, we wasted no time in putting the question… * And were met with a road length peal of laughter, quite light and silvery it … Continue reading

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Which Doctor?… Stuart France

* “Look, it’s Doctor Who!” “That’s not Doctor Who.” “I thought you liked Doctor Who?” “I do, but that’s not him, it’s just an actor!” * The actor in question was John Pertwee, who played The Doctor between January 1970 … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: Threshold…

* Anyway, Wen was wrong… It’s not a ‘reckie’ we’re on, it’s a raid! * But before we can ‘plunder’ Lewis of her treasury of stone, we have to get past the Dweller… * There is some debate over what … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: Light of the World…

* What we had thought were the distant hills of Bonny Scortland, so recently traversed, turned out to be the hills of Skye herself yet to be encountered. * This trip was already proving to have more surprises than a … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling…

* Dear Wen, I have booked an additional day off work – The Wednesday… However, we possibly need a bit more of a plan than, ‘If we have it we can fill it’, for me to book any more time … Continue reading

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Primacy of Things: Vee-Dee-Day…

* … Mister Em is tall, slim and tanned, with white hair which does not look dyed. I would put him in his late forties to early fifties. He is accompanied into the dining room by a young, scantily-clad female … Continue reading

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Primacy of Things: War-Dead…

* … Before I have time to feel pleased with myself the air stewardess returns, “Mister Em will see you now,” she smiles. Had she been waiting until I found the camera? Would things have been different if it had … Continue reading

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Primacy of Things: Eye-Spy…

* …The door swings open. I am greeted by a full on smile. An air stewardess smile. My greet is even dressed like an air stewardess, without the hat, although her hair-style would accommodate such a hat. As she ushers … Continue reading

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Primacy of Things…

* The day is bright. I am full of expectation for my morning assignment. Expectation and curiosity. My meet this morning has a reputation which precedes him. I try to curb any prejudices which may have crept into my outlook… … Continue reading

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