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An exaltation of poets, poems, and hot sulfur springs

October 2015. Pyatigorsk, Russia.

Утес  [М.Ю. Лермонтов]
Ночевала тучка золотая
На груди утеса-великана;
Утром в путь она умчалась рано,
По лазури весело играя;

Но остался влажный след в морщине 870 more words

6 October 2015, Kislovodsk, Russia

This is my eighth day in Sasha’s family home in Pyatigorsk. There are infinite things to say but it is nearly time for bed again. Not only must I account for the days – there are thoughts to be perused as well. 380 more words

Some little known ancient wells in the south east Greater London area of Kent

This year I published my long researched Holy wells and healing springs of Kent, number six in the series. Here is an analysis of the county’s urban wells which may interest. 1,570 more words

Local History

Not so ridiculous

I’m fascinated by names, their meanings and the reasons they are given. One of the most difficult things as a parent is to choose a name for a child; however lovely it is there is no guarantee the daughter or son won’t end up with a completely different nick-name, or be teased for some unimagined at the time of naming reason. 1,372 more words


The Spirit(s) World - LEAF® Vodka expands distribution

LEAF® Vodka,launched in NJ and CT, is now available in MA and NY here in the Northeast as it gains traction with vodkas made fro, Alaskan Glacier Water and Rocky Mountain Mineral Water. 104 more words

The Spirit(s) World

The most famous mineral water of Marienbad

The story of Marienbad is closely connected to the health effects of its mineral waters. The oldest and most famous of all waters is the… 288 more words

Still waters

I hope people don’t think this is a post about my top ten favourite mineral waters. Coz it isn’t.

‘Still waters run deep’

This should be the mantra of introverts worldwide. 481 more words