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Drummond Island Life at Lumber Camp

Drummond Island in those days was a giant canopy; its soft, muffled ground hidden beneath a cloak of orange needles. The cedar trees were so tall that their tops became crowned with eagle nests. 815 more words

Empathy

Vintage Cans Cerveza, Lone Star, Drummond Bros. Blatz Billy Castlemaine Coke

Vintage Cans Cerveza, Lone Star, Drummond Bros. Blatz Billy Castlemaine Coke
These Are Vintage Cans They Have Been Opened. And Are Empty. Comes With One Cervica Tipo Pilsen Zulia 2 Castlemaine Xxxx Export Lager 2 Lone Star Beer 7 Diamond Bros. 51 more words

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Tomcat Tompkins - Chapter 3

Tomcat opened the car door, leapt out, and did 50 press-ups on the pavement, just to get the stiffness out of his back and neck. Having completed these, he jumped over the garden gate and slammed his large hand against the black-painted front door of the house a few times. 474 more words

Julian Worker

Tomcat Tompkins - Chapter 1

I have written a novel about a Bulldog Drummond type character, but set it in the modern day of Brexit and right-wing racism. I am not sure if it will work, perhaps you could let me know? 359 more words

Julian Worker

Conception of rest

“My own peace I give to you” (John 14:27, Weymouth).

Two painters each painted a picture to illustrate his conception of rest. The first chose for his scene a still, lone lake among the far-off mountains. 163 more words

COMRADES 2017: THE RUN ITSELF, OR WHAT I DID OF IT TO HALFWAY

PREVIOUSLY ON THE COMRADES RECAP….(crap I’m sounding too much like a cheesy USA TV narrator of a 5th rate reality show)

The last few minutes of the buildup were taken up by Chariots of Fire, before at 5:30 AM a recording of the cock crowing three times and a single cannon blast meant the journey had begun……. 1,233 more words

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O mantra

“Curar algumas vezes, aliviar quase sempre, consolar sempre.”. Estava lá em letras gritantes, só para que todo mundo que olhasse pra cima pudesse ver. Hipócrates, disseram. 486 more words

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