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A Far-Flown Arrow...


“Where did she go?”

“I dunno.”

Poor  Fran and Cor, in this day and age people are not supposed to disappear, or at least, not like that. 261 more words

The Silent Eye


Opportunity: Derbyshire Open Arts 2018

Deadline: 14th January 2017

Entry Fee: £85 individual entry, £40 individual student entry. See website for group entry fees

Details: Derbyshire Open Arts organises and promotes an annual art event on the Spring Bank Holiday and the ensuing week at the end of May. 134 more words


Female Followup, 12/12/17

More precise points to be made.

Since this is an important topic, I’d like to follow up on my last post and get more into the “female question” with somewhat more seriousness and reflection. 417 more words


Game of Stones...


“This must be it,” shouted Min getting excited again.

If she had been a child she would have been jumping up and down on the spot. 108 more words

The Silent Eye

Thomas Castledine of Dale Abbey

Thomas Castledine was Ari’s 7x great-grandfather and I don’t know much about him yet. On 30 January 1787 he married Alice Warren at Dale Abbey in Derbyshire. 414 more words

Watch Out For That Closing Door

Have a nice trip.

Read this.

Putting aside Derbyshire’s insistence that Jews are “White” – he needs to get together with Sailer and define “White” – the obvious riposte to Derbyshire is as follows. 62 more words

Riddles of the Night - A walk in the park...

We began at the well that gave the town its name. Baecca’s Well is an ancient healing spring that rises from deep within the earth. It is thought to have taken its name from a tribal leader whose story is lost beyond memory. 635 more words