Of course it would be better to introduce what I am doing in Rhayader. And who I am and what it means that the NTW invites the Dutch 'PeerGrouP' over to research possible ideas for a play. But I am out the house continuesly talking to people. I think we are lucky that I am allowed on the internet quite often.

My second day at the Cox's is another good one. Maybe you good check my facebook as well. More pictures there. In the meantime I wander around the village and try to climb a hill a day. Making scedule because of all the invitations and of course the 5th of November I will be at the bonfire. (Bone-fire is historically interesting because the burned bones predict the future. Clairevoyants, bone-fires, riddles and stories; I am in a different country!)

 

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Comment by Rhian Jones on November 2, 2011 at 10:04
Wow, that is a bone-fire, you could live in it!  Looking good for November the 5th, will there be sausages?

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