19 thoughts on “For the Lady of the Rocks

  1. What an absolutely delicious surprise. I loved the post title, and thought β€œI wonder what …” Little dreaming she was me. The rocks are so beautiful. Thank you so much, my dear friend. I wondered whether to indicate my birthday – I’m so glad I did.

  2. Well worth a read. I didn’t know granite was connected with China clay, and I was fascinated by the thought of granite rails. And then there’s the language: clitter; growan; feather and tare

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