Tag Archives: Orkney

  1. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.7

    23 May, 2017 by katelaity

    The carter’s comments made me wonder if this hunt might be a bit more dangerous than I had anticipated. I …
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  2. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.6

    16 May, 2017 by katelaity

    While she opened her memorandum book to make the usual copious notes, I decided I ought to do something more …
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  3. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.5

    18 April, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘They seem to have had a grand time with their magic,’ Tansy said, ‘Could they not do anything useful with …
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  4. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.3

    28 March, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘His lover!’ I must say I was astonished. I knew that there were those silly people in the past who …
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  5. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.2

    21 March, 2017 by katelaity

    Dunbar waved a hand toward the shore. ‘Down that way is Moray Firth that we’re sailing past now. And not …
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  6. The Height of Absurdity: Aberdeen 7.1

    14 March, 2017 by katelaity

    We decided to take a boat around the coast to Aberdeen. For some reason Tansy thought Aberdeen sounded like a …
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  7. The Height of Absurdity: Moose Factory 6.11

    21 February, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘I shall never forget that unearthly sight: The white of the snow, the howl of the winds, the black of …
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  8. The Height of Absurdity: Moose Factory 6.10

    14 February, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘I had always prided myself on moving quickly with my snow shoes. That night I found a speed I have …
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  9. The Height of Absurdity: Moose Factory 6.9

    7 February, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘Closing the door behind us we stood for a moment to let our eyes adjust. After the gloom inside the …
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  10. The Height of Absurdity: Moose Factory 6.8

    24 January, 2017 by katelaity

    ‘We hunkered down that night as the winds grew fierce once more. Paskus did her best to soothe the brood …
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