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Eat Your Greens

There’s a possibility that you may only find this interesting if you’re 192877836 years old because it’s about gardening, but when we moved back to Scotland, one of the things we were both really keen to do was start producing more of our own food. 330 more words

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Claire’s Blog

This week saw the beginning of the final intense rehearsals before our ‘World Premiere’ of Macmath: The Silent Page at the end of May. The first two days saw a return to Wallaceton Village Hall where we set about playing through the songs, finalizing the arrangements and structuring the set that we will perform. 502 more words

"It's getting foggy," said Martha, "Let's go now."

Ah, yes, Martha has always been a bit nervous about the weather since the time when she got lost in a peasouper while driving from Birmingham to Stratford on Avon. 66 more words

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Kirkcudbright Waterfront

This is a less familiar viewpoint of our little harbour on the Dee Estuary with the ruins of McClellan’s Castle standing sentinel over the cottages and old grain warehouse. 11 more words

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A Fog settles over Castle Street

Early April brought several days of fog and here is the War Memorial standing the gloom at the corner of Castle Street and St Cuthberts Street.

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