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Maid in Ice

Nathaniel sighs heavily and makes a note on his pad. “Thank you, Kustav. Have your men check the outskirts of the village and the outbuildings etc, just in case she has just gotten herself lost. 921 more words

Nathaniel

Stenciling with Color Burst and Be Amazing Doodle Doll stamp set

Hello and welcome to our shiny new blog, cool eh?

This is my first ever post using wordpress so my fingers and toes are crossed I get this right lol… 497 more words

Papercraft

Sailboat prayer tokens and Arthur graves at the Ennis Friary

The Ennis Friary in Co. Clare, Ireland was founded for the Franciscans around 1284 by the O’Brien family. It’s had an interesting history, remaining active under O’Brien protection until at least 1570. 247 more words

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Clockwork Prince

“Say something in Mandarin,” said Tessa, with a smile.
Jem said something that sounded like a lot of breathy vowels and consonants run together, his voice rising and falling melodically: “Ni hen piao liang.”

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Books

Icicles to red earth and slack tide

We confess to leaving the heater on all night at Clare, splurging on greenhouse gasses. In the morning we discovered why we’d felt the need for such luxury: a foot-long icicle stalagmite protruded upwards from the water tank of the caravan, proving that temperatures had been below freezing. 143 more words

Photography

Cliffs of Moher & A Rant About Street Harassment

Doolin/Clare – Day 02 – June 29th 

Obligatory Cliffs of Moher post. If you’re even halfway impressed by photos of these big guys, you’re likely still underwhelmed. 648 more words

Travel

Racing against the sun on the Riesling Trail

“I’ve done all of the Riesling Trail except the new bit they’ve added from Clare, heading north,” said Dave. “Let’s give it a go.”

The Riesling Trail follows a disused railway line in the beautiful Clare Valley, South Australia. 78 more words

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