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To Silloth!

Ah so after a few days of building, caulking and cleaning the breakfast room. We headed off to sunny silloth for a day out at a beach! 187 more words

Carlisle

Summer part 3. The north

Ten days in the north, enjoying nature, family and friends. Galicia is too green to be true. Keep wilderness wild.






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Illustrations

OMOV Hasn't Caused Corbynmania

Part two of what will probably be a three blogs on the Labour leadership contest is in response to it becoming trendy for those on Labour’s right to lay the blame for Corbynmania at the door of OMOV. 1,581 more words

Lib Dems

Different Than Expected

There are a lot of things about our Enchanted Forest that are other than I expected.  It’s not bad, it’s just different than my expectations. I think that even though a person might imagine what it would be like to live in a different sort of place, her imagination doesn’t really match up to reality. 712 more words

Chores

When do you know you've become a Londoner?

Well, with eighteen days to go before I leave London, it was last week for me. Fifteen and a half years of fun, hard work and more recently a growing family and we’re upping sticks. 314 more words

High Street

The Manitou

Tonight we went sailing on a Tall Ship called the Manitou.

I love the beauty and romance of the old sailing ships and I have always wanted to sail on one. 442 more words

The North

Dying Is Forbidden In Longyearbyen

My new book of poetry Dying Is Forbidden In Longyearbyen (Nordland Publishing) is now available to buy.

Dying is Forbidden in Longyearbyen is a gritty collection of poems that touch on the hardships and beauty of the far North. 44 more words

Norway