0
The months go by, rolling rolling. Everything changes. I've begun my journey, left the UK in May, and been marooned at first port, Lanzarote. Yeah yeah I hear you - Lanzagrotty? Pubs, fish n chips, Sky Sports Arsenal v Man U come on the Blues The Sun The Mail what you starin at you lookin at my bird's tits come 'ere n say that...
Read More
VIEW 7 of 7 COMMENTS
mae_:
and the 5th actually!! tongue
kay:
*poke*
0
I went surfing today after weeks out of the water. Crappy onshore two foot mush, but always good to get wet. The thing I like about surfing is the view of the land from the sea. It's a view we rarely get, a chance to leave everything behind for a couple of hours. A change of perspective is good nourishment. And you can't...
Read More
luther:
jealous...that sounds lovely
gigondas:
Nice.

I love the idea of a different view.
0
You know what they say about things coming in threes - it's only because we notice it when more stuff is going wrong. 3 is a good number, it is prime, it is solid, dependable. It makes sense that we should like to put things in threes.

I've been helping a couple of my old pals get off the gear this week. Again. One...
Read More
squee:
I hope your friends make it though, it must be so hard but having someone like you to support them must make it easier. Your so much to have seen FOTC live, I would have loved that, fingers crossed they come back at some point!
0
un.fuck.ing.believ.able

VIEW 3 of 3 COMMENTS
minimalism:
Here's some stuff that I wrote. There's a couple of downloadable sets on there too.
pixiewren:
thanks for the note.

always lovely to see another dharma face out here.
0
So, just feeling the early morning Brighton drizzle coming down, grey skies, taptap on the window; nice; I like the rain, the earth needs to drink. Only been back a couple of weeks, been living in a quiet Cornish fishing village for a couple of years, surfing, slow, very mellow. Back in the hood, catching up with people, lots of people everywhere, enjoying the buzz...
Read More
VIEW 5 of 5 COMMENTS
mrmillion:
It's by no means compulsory, but it is certainly expected among the local folk, particularly fishermen for some reason. Perhaps the soft electronic lullabies for which he is famed strike a note of empathy with the sea dwellers. Although Drexciya have always had more of an oceanic theme come to think of it. Hmm.

Cornwall is a lovely place if you like waves and cliffs and rain and clotted cream.
squee:
Brighton is so beautiful in weather like this, I completely envy you!