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Jeremy Cherfas

Absorbing ancient culture.

Absorbing ancient culture.

Absorbing ancient culture.

Jeremy Cherfas

On the road.

On the road.

On the road.

Jeremy Cherfas

Checked into somewhere near...

Late lunch after the return of the backpack. 

Jeremy Cherfas

@herdyshepherd1 The pain for British farmers is real. However, outsourcing British food production to the rest of the world is nothing new. The deal is a return to the good old days of Empire, just like, er, Brexit.

https://eatthispodcast.com/large-planet

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TIL (Possibly crappy) paracord melts at the same temperature as heatshrink tubing shrinks. Nevertheless, thanks to paracord, heatshrink and perseverance, my @rohantime Goas are no longer in danger of falling down thanks to crappy elastic.

Jeremy Cherfas

Unbelievable skies tonight.

Unbelievable skies tonight.

Unbelievable skies tonight.

Jeremy Cherfas

Australian journo swaps one set of fibs for another.

"British forests were first subjected to clearing with the Roman conquest of AD 43." Really?

https://www.smh.com.au/environment/sustainability/like-comparing-apples-with-dried-oranges-will-aust...

A pox on both their houses.

Jeremy Cherfas

Couscous salad and asparagus, which alas are nearing the end of their season.

Couscous salad and asparagus, which alas are nearing the end of their season.

Couscous salad and asparagus, which alas are nearing the end of their season.

Jeremy Cherfas

This morning’s glory

This morning’s glory

This morning’s glory. Showed up out of nowhere last year and seems to breed true. At least the one plant that has flowered so far.

Jeremy Cherfas

What a terrific essay from George Orwell, which goes well beyond this choice jumping-off point:

"[T]he toad, unlike the skylark and the primrose, has never had much of a boost from poets."