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noise carries over the plateaus

Everything that could bleed-out, did.

At least it is all still and quite now.


A story of 3 helicopters and 3 rotors.

*this post will be incredibly picture heavy*

On Saturday 14th January we were treated to an incredibly unusual sight. The Commander of the British Forces South Atlantic Islands (BFSAI) was donating an ex-search and rescue Sea King helicopter to the Falkland Islands National Trust and Museum here in Stanley. 650 more words

The New Chinook Building

In the 1989 movie “Field Of Dreams” farmer Ray Kinsella hears strange voices while walking through his corn fields, these voices whisper to him  “ 450 more words

Our World is Created by Monsters

We know that Native stories, what we call oral history now, were history of our lands and peoples. Many were also teaching lessons for children. Their parents and elders in the tribes would set aside time in the winter time, usually at night to tell stories land, how it was formed, the strange animals, the existence of previous races of talking animals and their trials and troubles. 2,511 more words


2017 “Chillin’ with Animals” Calendar – February Story

I actually had a difficult decision with my choice for the February photo this year for the first time. I don’t want to say what narrowly missed out, because there’s a pretty good chance I will use it for 2018. 774 more words


Mischief - word of the week

Illustration Friday‘s word of the week “mischief”.

What inspired me? Well, the weather & BIRDS!

Yes, I know, not a surprise that birds are involved, it’s the… 135 more words