Monthly Archives: November 2010

Experiment with Light – part 2

The rest of the weekend passed off peaceably in true quakerly fashion with no blows exchanged . After 24 hours at home in London (the journey home by car took 6 hours in very heavy traffic on the M6/A40), I … Continue reading

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Glenthorne Experiment with Light

Arrived at Glenthorne Quaker Centre late afternoon after driving from Humberside in just over 3 hours in sunshine all the way – quite the opposite of expectations. Have had an excellent evening meal with tea and cakes before that.  Started … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day

I haven’t managed to maintain posts here (in Spain) since leaving Portugal but now I’m back in London for a while I’m prompted to catch up a bit by an email received from the American Quaker Blog ‘Among Friends‘ with … Continue reading

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