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Thursday 31 August 2006
by Wulf
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Strange Noises

There were strange, ululating cries coming from the garden in the middle of the night, sounding as if they were right outside our back window. Jane thought it was cats; I leaned more towards foxes or a goblin raiding-party come … Continue reading

Wednesday 30 August 2006
by Wulf
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Steve Lawson and Theo Travis

Steve Lawson and Theo Travis at the National Theatre Foyer Aug 29, 2006 byWulf Forrester-Barkerevent Gig Review ★★★★★ I met Jane after work last night and we walked across to the foyer of the National Theatre. We took the opportunity … Continue reading

Tuesday 29 August 2006
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Solar Powered

It turned out that yesterday’s ‘Teeth gig at Carshalton Environmental Fair was solar powered. I was pleased about that; it would have seemed incongruous to have played at an event that was all about saving the planet while sucking up … Continue reading

Monday 28 August 2006
by Wulf
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Live at Carshalton

Not quite the Donnington Monsters of Rock event but my band, The Elusive Teeth, are playing to a festival audience over at the Carshalton Environmental Fair this afternoon. According to Metcheck, the weather should be quite decent and I am … Continue reading

Sunday 27 August 2006
by Wulf
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Camino Reflections – Time to Reflect

Over the week I spent on the Camino de Santiago, I had many experiences that have provided food for thought and helped shape me. The bedrock of that and the central reason for embarking on such a trip is that … Continue reading

Saturday 26 August 2006
by Wulf
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Camino Reflections – Approach to the City

One of the passages of the Bible that I find most inspiring and encouraging is Hebrews 13:14: For here we do not have a lasting city, but we are seeking the city which is to come. Although not everything in … Continue reading