Monthly Archives: August 2017

Passage to Tree Brunna

Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial killer . . .  Read on Day-set and beyond, and Hrafn Hauksson hasn’t yet kept to his word. Arvina blames Geirri, her father’s trusted … Continue reading

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An Abrasive Geezer

A prickly fella . . . A tough kinda geezer . . . Not one you’d readily invite to dinner Yet in a hot bed . . . And been well fed . . . This toughie becomes a gossamer airhead!

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Written In Soil

Ancestral Lands, part of the Henstead Hundred Series Saxlingham—Nethergate and Thorpe Saxlingham has rightly been named a village of outstanding beauty. While taking the photos that accompany these three posts on Saxlingham’s early history I found it difficult to find … Continue reading

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Carted

Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial killer . . .  Read on Arvina is trudging a hot, dusty road. According to her, entirely the wrong one to take. Yet in … Continue reading

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No Junk Mail

Some things catch the eye when out walking the country lanes . . . I wonder who lives here. An eccentric Norfolk recluse, maybe?  Like the door . . . Art Decor, if I’m not mistaken. Somewhat neglected, though.  Maybe … Continue reading

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Madeleine

Continuing the time-slip story, Can of Worms, a 16 year old girl’s rune-aided hunt for a serial-killer . . . Read on Next day, Madeleine, my friendly psychiatrist, graced me with another visit. First thing she asked was about my … Continue reading

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In An English Country Garden

Couldn’t resist the shot. Is it the gate on the ‘huh’? Or the rusted rain-butt? Or the shed that curiously is padlocked. Or maybe it’s the overgrowth of nettles. An intriguing place; it struck me as thoroughly ‘English’. I wanted … Continue reading

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