Webster Rural Cemetery

Originally posted on The Cemetery Enthusiast:
Webster Rural Cemetery is located on Ridge Rd. in Webster, NY. Established in about 1825, this is another very well kept site. There is a board when you enter tht has rules and regulations for the cemetery as well as a historical timeline explaining the formation of the cemetery…

What I am up to this fall

Originally posted on Unearthing the Gift:
RWS Tarot Centennial Edition I’m here with a fall recap/check-in. I did not get to write in the blog for September’s Walking With Mary Journey. But I did share about it over on my Instagram account. Halfway through, or maybe towards the beginning, I had a pretty bad cold…

Thorne Moors

Originally posted on The Halt:
Only in stopping can I see the blades turning above the strip farms. I blink out the frequency, one eye shuttered and released. On Saturday 31 August, I’ll be leading a walk along the Stainforth and Keadby canal to the eastern edge of South Yorkshire, taking in the rich, varied…

Mark Pilkington Talk (Stroud)

Originally posted on Invisible Mirrors:
I will be hosting the fourth Art, Ecology and Science Fiction talk at SVA on Saturday November 23rd from 6 – 9 pm. Our guest will be the writer, publisher and musician Mark Pilkington, founder and editor of Strange Attractor press and the author of Mirage Men (2010). Mark will present an historical…

The History of Knitting.

Originally posted on Jackdaw Moor:
I first learned to knit when I was around 6 or 7, taught by my ever-patient Mum and Gran. As the years have gone by, I have enjoyed learning different techniques and styles, but I recently realised that I had never given much thought to the history of the craft…

To GOP of Good Will?

Originally posted on Sub-Rosa:
I know many Republicans. Well, I knew many Republicans. They stopped talking to me about anything somewhere in the Obama years.  They lost their shit in conversations where I asked whether there was no way to stop so many crazies from shooting people in schools and churches.  One person stood in…