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The Last Hand

I seem to have been running round in circles and getting nowhere in particular this week, not sure if it’s the time of year or the weather, but I can only hope that what I’ve done, if anything, is right… … Continue reading

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Watching Snow

Be careful what you wish for! I’d been thinking we’d not had snow this winter with a vague feeling that we’d not had winter at all. We got snow this week! Yes, it’s pretty, but it does need to be … Continue reading

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Stormed

A storm blew through the other night, high winds, heavy rain. We’ve even had thunder which is unusual here. Scary stuff … STORMED metal boils the sky rolls over hills bursts and sheds                                  steel rods on roof-tops slams into trees … Continue reading

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3 rock haiku

We pass rocky cliffs on our way in and out of Victoria. Our beaches tend towards piled rocks and pebbles. It’s easy to think of them as changeless but they do wear down over time … rock scraped clean eons … Continue reading

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With Yellow on the Trees

Fall came early this year and trees are almost bare already. I’ve cut back this year’s raspberries and other berries. We’ve mulched the raised beds, and, with a sigh of relief, can settle into winter, I hope … WITH YELLOW … Continue reading

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This Morning

Today is Inventors’ Day in Hungary, and I like the sound of that, a special day for those who try to improve our world. A day when I’m taking just an ordinary morning walk, nothing special to see, but one … Continue reading

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Tanka on Sky

For the stargazers: the Lyrids meteor shower appears on April 16 – April 26 each year. And the sky has presented us with endless fascination since the beginning of time, through Pythagoras, Galileo, Tycho, Newton, down to today and the … Continue reading

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