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Eric Johnson is a cook and food-writer specializing in the stories behind the foods we eat. He distils his imagination into easy-going prose and inspiringly simple recipes that really work. 261 more words

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WATERMEN'S STORY SWAP 02/24/2017

WOW! WOW! WOW!

Thanks so much to all who came out for the Watermen’s Story Swap held this past Friday, February 24 at the Grasonville VFW post, and thanks to all who made our very successful event possible. 1,332 more words

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Geisha

Free colouringpage

Used materials:

Staedtler Karat
Derwent pastel pencil
White gelpen
Colourings

Kasha and Beet Salad/ Estonian Folktale Dinner

In 2012, I travelled to Estonia with my sister to return our father’s ashes to the island that would have been his home had his family not fled during World War 2.   1,711 more words

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I found myself in Bamiyan

A refugee from Afghanistan who now calls Australia home, photographer Mustafa shares with us some stunning scenes from Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Finding himself in this province out of sheer coincidence, M… 664 more words

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Photos from My Archive

A place with the jinn inside it – Socotra, Heybaq road, 1978-79

National Tell a Fairytale Day


Apparently, it’s National Tell a Fairytale Day. I don’t know who decides these things, but Beneath Blair Mountain volunteers as tribute. While set in 1910s America, this book was inspired by Irish tales of the Sidhe and Icelandic tales of the elves/Huldufolk. 82 more words

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