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The Girl With Cold Hands

Are you infatuated with the North? Me too. And I blog about it. Just click on the image below to be taken straight to The Girl With Cold Hands!

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Oddity House

It’s a rickety old house with tainted windows.
Spiders coiled in corners cannot unthread webs
like linen sheets draping straight-backed mahogany chairs,
a dishevelled settee, skewed cushions. 184 more words


Scotland to Break My Heart

So recently I have found myself simply longing for the North. The moors, the lochs, the open lands, and ancient castles and breathtaking views.  The best part, I’ve never been, not to Ireland, Iceland or Scotland, all of those three embodying my true view of what the North is without being on a tundra.   161 more words


More words from "The North"

Inevitably, when reading Paul Morley’s “The North” recently, I ended up with a sheaf of bits of paper sticking out of the book, marking quotes and passages I loved. 467 more words

Keeping The Peace In An Arctic Town

I stumbled across this fascinating article the other day, before I’d finished setting up the blog, and I knew I had to save and share it. 63 more words


Cold Toes

It’s been just over an hour since I got back from my ride, and my little toe on my right foot still feels like somebody has put a knife in it. 367 more words


An alliance for the North

One of the most interesting aspects of the Scottish referendum campaign was the way that political parties and organisations of various persuasions came together to fight for a common cause. 429 more words

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