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Re: OT:Land Lines - finding UK's favourite nature book
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Rhiannon wrote:
This looks positive for a change
https://www.theguardian.com/en[...]esticides-michael-gove-reveals
(and of course there's a new series of Detectorists :)

two things to feel ungloomy about
but I know where you're coming from


Yes Gove has taken it on board thank goodness ;) And perhaps I was a bit gloomy yesterday, must be Will Selfs' lugubrious face. And landscapes do change with time, but the moors sulk in melancholy brown most of the year, home to sheep and grouse, who will be shot as soon as they are well grown. The curlews disappear gradually as well as the predatory birds..


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moss
Posted by moss
9th November 2017ce
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