Knights Inn Flesherton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... gone by. I walked slowly upstairs with a quizzical smile. Familiar bobbed hair spilled over one of the sofa cushions. Suddenly, the head twisted towards me and there was a wide, wicked grin. Katie, little Buddha, house mother, my old roommate, stopping in for the night on her travels. She stood up and I opened my arms to give her a brief hug. I thought then of the arrivals and departures, the back and forth, the coming and going of travel; how the world is round and only so wide, ...
... boots in town could be found. But my falling-apart boots turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Earlier in the week, the Canadian doctor at the After Hours Clinic had refused to write me a letter stating I was in good health, a crucial piece of documentation I need for an application. The receptionist told me that a different doctor ran the clinic each night and to try back another day, as some of the other doctors may be able to help. And so, due to the need of ...
The temperature is sitting at a frigid minus twenty-five degrees or so. The escarpment is hazy with icy dust and the air is so thin it leaves us reeling and gasping like fish in the white ocean of snow that surrounds us. It is too inclement to go outside unless there is an overriding cause to do so, such as a shift at work- but alas today is my day off and I am feeling restless with being stuck inside. I fiddle gloomily with my camera, starved ...
... room for a week; my important letter is missing in post; my phone is acting up; I may or may not be getting ill. I stumble around in the dark cavern of my brain much as my tired body fights against the destructive, frozen wind. But at least the sun is shining right now. There will be a time I will feel normal again; my body will finally be wholly warm and my fretful brain will at last be happy, satiated with healthy ...
... my hands in wonder, my bare skin all dappled from the sunshine falling through the leafy trees above. The snow is gone, vanished away over night. I climb the mountain, run the trails, and everything around me is shining, everything gurgles with melted water, the joys of spring. The countryside is singing, it is waking up. I think of the new pictures I can take, camping beneath the stars, proper long exposure shots right before the dawn. I think of golf ...