Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Big Red Rooster in the Far North. (Steep Ice in Northern Quebec.)

I was sat engulfed inside the comforting arms of a large chair. A fireplace made from red brick, smoke tainted and heat scorched, held burning logs the size of small canoes. The glowing logs shimmered in the subdued light of … Continue reading

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Rock and Roll and Rock and Snow.

I’m sat on my own inside a large detached house owned by Amy Pickering and Russ Clune. Looking through the large window, deer walk through marsh grass, silver birch glitter with Goldfinch and as a backdrop, the Gunks shine in … Continue reading

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