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Our Roots

Whilst sitting by a fire on a mild June evening in 2014 on Drummond Island, two entrepreneurs discussed life, business, and struggles in both.  The idea came of simple and humble beginnings, for a company where the quality of the materials mattered as much as the quality of the product they made up.   119 more words


Notes, Steps, Timelines, Collaborations - Rob Jones

When reflecting on the Notes, Steps, Timelines, and Collaborations course by the RPS I remember what a fantastic experience it was.

As a musician I rarely come in to contact with professional dancers/choreographers so it was hugely exciting to meet such a range of new people from varied backgrounds within the dance art form. 250 more words


Smallpox Epidemic, Part XXXI

Attitude of the Clay City People to
the Smallpox Epidemic.

Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
CLAY CITY, Ind., Feb. 16. – New cases of smallpox are of almost daily occurrence in this vicinity, owing largely to indifference to the disease. 331 more words


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que sare amanhã

a ferida eu sinto
– um sinto muito
sussurrado –
não sara

de núncaras.


Picture of the Month - January 2015

Just a quick first post of 2015, which will be the first of a series of twelve for the year, for obvious reasons…
For family and a few close friends I produce a calendar of Fisherton Sarum images and this series simply reflects the image used for the respective month. 57 more words

Southern Railway

Smallpox Epidemic, Part XXVII

Rigor of Quarantine Checks Smallpox
at Clay City.

Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
CLAY CITY, Ind., Feb. 9. – There has been a perceptible decrease in the number of smallpox cards within the last week, due to the great stringency of the quarantine. 278 more words