‘El Drac’…

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Geography!

Never our strongest suit…

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There are some places though,

where we seem to already know the lay-out…

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Edinburgh for one, and Durham.

Tavistock proved to be another of those…

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And coming so soon after our Elizabethan workshop,

It makes one wonder…

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10 thoughts on “‘El Drac’…

  1. It’s funny how I can feel at home in a strange city while being totally lost two miles from home. I felt very at home in Dublin and in San Francisco. I was completely lost in London, but once we got out into the country, it felt like home. I think sometimes it comes from reading books about a place you later visit. I think that the reading creates visual memories.

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      1. I never read about those cities, but I read as much material as I could find about that area in England because I was always fascinated with stone circles … and the guy I was married to was from Somerset. I didn’t know cities, but I did know a fair bit about the countryside. And there were movies and fairy tales … I think they all make places “feel” real. I certainly HOPE so. I would hate to think all that imagination failed me.

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