PREVIOUSLY: I set out to retrace a journey I took by night towards the Britannia Bridge, only deciding, in the end, to go further… I’d go as far as Felinheli, even though Felinheli was a ridiculously long way away…
This is the first of a two part adventure… Or technically, it’s three parts, with the first and second parts smushed together because the second part, on its own, was more than a bit dull. Enjoy.
Inspired by my visit to the Kyffin Cafe in Bangor, I went in search of the man it is (I suspect) named after- Kyffin Williams. This is a tale of a walk along the sea shore, suspicious Ministry of Defence activity and a question you’ve always asked yourself: What Has Neptune Ever Done For Us? Continue reading “Pwll The Other One”
This is something a little bit different than my usual adventure- Usually I go to a place, wander around and bitch about things, wherever possible. Sometimes I’ll eat stuff, go into a cafe… But this is more of a complete foody review sort of thing. Anyway, I hope you enjoy it, and as is usually the case the limited time only (the limited time being until I remember to delete it) PDF edition is available for download with this link:(Kyffin)
Time for another adventure… Sorry about the lack of a PDF download for this one. I really am not in the mood. Too many people have p****d me off this week.
Alternative titles for this included: What’s The Point? Seiriol Business, and Almost Heaven… There were others, but that would spoil the dirty minded bits further down. None of them were very good either, so I went with The End Of The Earth.
Right, time to start 2019. I don’t know where we’ll be at the end of it, but I know where I’ve been. Speaking of which…
The first short story of the year. This one I intended to lead into something else, but like with a lot of things the story wanted to go elsewhere. I’m very pleased with the result. Considering that I’m having a rough day right now (read: tempted to start a revolution) this actually made me smile whilst editing it. I hope this cheers you up too, if you need it. Thanks- J.C
All good things must come to an end, and so it must be with Aunt Mable. Two and a bit years ago she came shuffling out of the fog and now it is time to say farewell with one final epic chapter and the concluding part of the Sound Of Music arc- At the climax of the penultimate part a German bomb had fallen on the concert and now, amidst the flaming rubble, Sister Seline makes one last bid to kidnap the children.
And oh yeah, Merry Christmas!
(PDF Download if you don’t want to read this now/online: The Chase