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4 ~ ulva by Lisa Richardson

Why begin with the Vikings? It was already 800AD when they turned up here. Others came much earlier but the Vikings are the first whose comment we can quote.

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5 ~ colonsay by Lisa Richardson

The island of Colonsay lies in the Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland. Fifteen miles to the north lies the island of Mull; the eastern and southern horizons are bounded by the islands of Jura and Islay; and to the south west, just visible from a high point on a clear day, is the coast of Donegal in Ireland.

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8 ~ dervla by Lisa Richardson

Dervla \d(e)-rv-la, der-vla\ as a girls’ name is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Dervla is “poet’s daughter”. The source is “Deirbhile“, an Irish Gaelic name.

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Lapsang

I’d set myself a deadline to finish this in time for Truck Festival last Friday and I just managed it! It looks better with shorts but I’m afraid modesty got the better of me here. 329 more words

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How many reasons to dance do you need?

Riva Fisher has a tattoo of Mt Currie running along the length of her ring finger.

“What did your parents say?” I ask.

“They loved it.” 648 more words

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7th of my spring knits ~ Matcha by Lisa Richardson

The 7th of my spring knits is again a design by Lisa Richardson. It is from the Rowan Tetra Cotton brochure like the 1st of my spring knits, Oolong. 143 more words

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