Recent posts for Carol

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The power of a written constitution.... Blog entry 3 weeks 6 days
Poem - Ech day me comëth tydinges thre Blog entry 4 weeks 1 day
Poem - Somer is y-comen in Blog entry 4 weeks 1 day
Poem - Miri it is while sumer i-last With foulës song Blog entry 4 weeks 1 day
Poem - Foulës in the frith, The fishës in the flod Blog entry 4 weeks 1 day
Poem - Westron wynde, when wylt thow blow The smalle rayne downe can rayne? Blog entry 4 weeks 1 day
The Lie of the Land Biblio 4 weeks 1 day
The vultures of Spain, however, skirt around the Portuguese border with uncanny accuracy.… Blog entry 19 weeks 6 days
Found on film: the last survivor of the final slave ship from Africa to the US Blog entry 19 weeks 6 days
Poem - The Last Time Blog entry 21 weeks 5 days
Quote - You wait for one great shocking occasion, thinking that others, when such a shock comes, will join with you in resisting Blog entry 22 weeks 6 days
Burns Day On This Day 30 weeks 2 days
Lughnasa, Calan Awst the Calends of August On This Day 30 weeks 4 days
Allantide On This Day 30 weeks 4 days
Beautiful sunrise on the beach at Longrock, Cornwall. Image 37 weeks 4 days
Quote - Farewell, poor world, I must be gone. Thou art no home, no rest to me. I take my ship and travel on till I a better worl Blog entry 38 weeks 2 days
Europe Image 38 weeks 6 days
Quote - Inevitably. When you’re asked to buy a pig in a poke, first question should be “why does this pig have to be inside... Blog entry 40 weeks 4 days
Stanislav Yevgrafovich Petrov day On This Day 47 weeks 3 days
Sunrise and Moonrise on the same day. With the #HarvestMoon rising behind St Michaels mount in Cornwall this evening Image 47 weeks 4 days
It's good for the soul to be responsible for something or someone Blog entry 47 weeks 5 days
1755 Earthquake at Lisbon causes Tsunami for Cornwall On This Day 51 weeks 4 days
POINT ME TO HEAVEN WHEN THE FINAL CHAPTER COMES | Terry Pratchett | Mail on Sunday, 2 August 2009 Blog entry 1 year 6 days
The BBC series of Quatermass and the Pit is up on the iPlayer for the next few months Blog entry 1 year 1 week
1912 | Science Notes and News. COAL CONSUMPTION AFFECTING CLIMATE Blog entry 1 year 1 week
ALBA a whole country in 3 minutes Blog entry 1 year 1 week
Quote - Learning to fill your empty places... Blog entry 1 year 4 weeks
Quote - The reason that the rich were so rich, Vimes reasoned, was because they managed to spend less money Blog entry 1 year 7 weeks
1st March.—In Mid-Cornwall, people arise before the sun is up, and sweep before the door to sweep away fleas On This Day 1 year 10 weeks
Renewing the Water Bounds at Truro.... Blog entry 1 year 10 weeks
A Delicate Truth Biblio 1 year 12 weeks
Almost two-fifths (38%) of particulate matter comes from domestic wood burners and open fires, used by 7.5% of homes Blog entry 1 year 13 weeks
1646 | Cornvbia sive Cornwallia | Joan Blaeu Image 1 year 16 weeks
Marvellous Magnolias Image 1 year 16 weeks
Heligan Rhododendron Time Lapse Image 1 year 16 weeks
Bees and Echinops Image 1 year 16 weeks
Chernyobl 26th April 1986 On This Day 1 year 17 weeks
Godrevy view Image 1 year 18 weeks
March: Storm Moon On This Day 1 year 22 weeks
If weather on February 1 is bright and sunny, so can gather plenty of firewood - winter will continue! On This Day 1 year 22 weeks
If St. Paul’s day be fair and clear, It doth betide a happy year; If blustering winds do blow aloft. Then wars will trouble our realm full oft; And if it chance to snow or rain, Then will be dear all sorts of grain On This Day 1 year 22 weeks
St Peter’s Day Lore On This Day 1 year 22 weeks
Explosion at Dynamite Towans On This Day 1 year 23 weeks
Word(s) of the day: "zawn" - wave-smashed cleft or chasm in a sea-cliff (from Cornish sâwn/sawan) Blog entry 1 year 24 weeks
Word(s) of the day: "rionnach maoim"...'the moving shadows cast by clouds on moorland on a sunny, windy day'. Such compressed el Blog entry 1 year 24 weeks
Winnol Weather.... Blog entry 1 year 24 weeks
Clay Biblio 1 year 25 weeks
Early afternoon at @TrevoneBay #NoSnow Image 1 year 25 weeks