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A plus sized girl climbs Trummelbach Falls

Being the huge Sherlock fan that I am, I had made tentative plans to climb Reichebach Falls when I was in Switzerland in May, 2017.  And by climb, I mean take a cable car up most of the way and the ascend the final steep hill on foot.  694 more words

Plus Size Travel

One day one day I still want to go to the Reichenbach Falls and the Brocken Mountain and to Italy, all of Italy

One day, one day, I still want to go to the Reichenbach Falls, and the Brocken Mountain, and to Italy, all of Italy; and to Sils Maria. 87 more words

There are so many pilgrimages I still want to make, to the Brocken Mountain, the Reichenbach Falls, to cross the Rubicon

There are so many pilgrimages I still want to make, to the Brocken Mountain, the Reichenbach Falls, to cross the Rubicon, to visit the Milvian Bridge, but I just keep going back to Vienna, Brussels, Nuremberg, Munich and Berlin. 43 more words

One day I will go to the Brocken and the Reichenbach Falls and back to the Nuremberg Unschlittplatz

One day I will go to the Brocken, and the Reichenbach Falls, and back to the Nuremberg Unschlittplatz, and back to Neuschwanstein. But I think they will wait till I am old, and ready to make a very emotional perhaps last pilgrimage to all the important places of my life. 22 more words

"The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 

I am ashamed of how long it took me to read this book. I never realised how much I needed my lunch hours and time before bed to get my reading done. 547 more words

Extorting Bibliophilia

Book Review - Moriarty

Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

Once again, the game is on. Anthony Horowitz channels his best Arthur Conan Doyle in Moriarty, a novel that tells the story of what happened in the aftermath of the famous struggle at Reichenbach Falls. 118 more words

Reading

A Convenient Waterfall?

I’ve been thinking some more about Rebus since I wrote that last post, and wondering if Rankin is trying to kill off the golden goose.  It’s odd to think of Rebus as in any way golden, since he’s such a curmudgeon.   272 more words

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