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Fremantle, a haunting experience

Fremantle was once the chosen location for the Anzac Convoy departure. Although that idea didn’t come to fruition, it did become the second largest base for the Allied submarines during the Pacific conflicts in WW2. 324 more words

Australia

One step forward, one step back

Today’s guest picture comes from Dropscone in Malta and shows the difficulty of finding a parking spot in Valetta.

The overnight snow had settled down when we woke up and it was thick enough and the forecast poor enough to suggest that it might be a good idea for Sandy and me to suggest cancelling our evening meeting Canonbie since travelling didn’t look a very sensible activity.   640 more words

Birds

9,000 wine bottles holding up the floor

I own a share of land as part of a Community Benefit Society – one of the forms of not for profit organisations we have in the UK. 1,067 more words

Roundhouse

A slow business

Today’s guest picture is another blast of sunshine from my sister Mary’s visit to Bath.

We had some sunshine of our own today and very welcome it was.  859 more words

Birds

Solstice of the Moon: Halfway to paradise...

The misty morning had turned into the most glorious autumn day as we left Glen Lyon and headed towards Loch Tay. We wanted to try and get a shot of the crannog that has been built on the lake at Kenmore. 893 more words

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(53) The Round House // Bookish Blurb

The Round House by Louise Erdrich

This story follows how 13 yr old Joe’s life alters after his mother is raped one day. The search for the perpetrator is complicated by the fact that Joe and his family live on a reservation and few laws are created to protect the people who live there. 358 more words

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