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Since childhood years I have constructed model railways in OO scale. Then ten years ago I added G scale to my modelling interests. For me constructing a model railway is like writing, for I find that I build a whole…

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  She was the last dragon or so they will tell you, but reader listen whilst I tell you what I know. For perhaps Yiva will be the last dragon that any human beings would see. For longer than anyone could remember Yiva had lived close to…

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Jess Wild

  Jess They said that it was time to unlock the doors, that the inmates should be given at least that freedom. Jess felt frightened she could not now remember when she had last experienced freedom. The gates to the…

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Cascading Waterfalls

A storm arrived early this morning, so much rain falling on top of the already saturated ground, so that torrents of surface water cascaded into the rivers and on down the many waterfalls in the dales. If only we could relocate some of the…

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Joan I believe that it is time that I told Joan’s story in full, but beware for this story comes with a health warning. It just might be bad for your mental health: Joan was born in 1940; she nearly did not make…

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The Kestrel

A few days ago a visit to see grandchildren resulted in me taking two dogs for a walk  up a rather narrow country lane towards Silsden Moor. I was rewarded by an opportunity to watch a kestrel hover as it looked for prey,…

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