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The Curlew Calls

Amy Sanderson

Notes from a house in the Cumbrian hills, on creativity, the seasons, and slow living.

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The True Tragedy of Sycamore Gap

Imagine, if you will, a tree. It is a sycamore, not a species native to the UK, but one which thrives here amidst the wet and the wind. This particular tree is centuries old, standing proud amid the blustery weather, a sentinel against the ...

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