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Penance and Offerings

36th Day of Ripening Season, 342 years after Mourning

The larders are haunted. Spirits, they say, and wraiths! The children here do not need lessons on death; they are familiar with that journey. 1,000 more words


Seven sisters

lungo la costa sud dell’Australia durante il viaggio, quello vero


Working Like a Slave

Since my last post, I’ve been working working working. Saving up for the next big travelling trip. Of course I’ve still had some fun.

There was the weekend with gorgeous sunshine and the annual Brighton naked bike ride. 266 more words

United Kingdom

Cooking Class, Walking and Stuff

We’ve been in Grenada for almost 7 weeks and have yet to be bored. There’s something going on every day and when there’s not something scheduled, we go for walks or work on boat projects. 613 more words

Barefoot Life

The Chalk Cliffs of East Sussex

Not Cornwall!  Part of the Seven Sisters, on the edge (literally!) of the famous South Downs of England.  The photo above is looking east (note the landslide) and the photo below is looking west. 250 more words


How to Spend the Fourth of July as an Ex-Pat

On Friday, I started my morning early in order to get breakfast at a restaurant I’ve been dying to try since before I even got to London a month and a half ago. 671 more words

Hidden Gems of the East Sussex Coastline

When I was asked if I wanted to spend the day in East Sussex with family this weekend, I jumped at the chance! Instantly, my mind took to thinking about eating fish and chips on the seafront and walking along some of the UK’s famous coastline. 592 more words

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