Letter From Arcadia

31 May 2011 // Arcadia

New Angleterre and the Field of Honnor. ja french arcadia is lifting its antimacassars. apologies for the months without word or picture. whilst you were drinking winter tea at the dog track sunrise in efgeeco city, i was detained in my own labour camp, serving time on piece-work, funding the war on want. now time […]

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The Joy of Music Remembers Gene Clark

30 May 2011 // Radio //Remembering Gene Clark

Our favourite music radio show this week embraced Remember Gene Clark day and played our GC compilation in full. If you missed out on the download here’s your chance to hear it as Sean Rowley makes it this week’s All Back to Mine: Listen on the iplayer for the next six days.

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Owlet Live

30 May 2011 // Birds

It may take a while for this guy to shuffle into view, but it’s worth the wait – too cute, though apparently has a dark streak of cannibalism so also a little bit dangerous heliganwild.com/webcams The Barn egg is supposed to have hatched, I’ve only seen the adult snoozing thus far, but I’m on nights […]

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Kite’s Country

30 May 2011 // Oliver Kite

(Previous posts relating to Major Oliver Kite can be found HERE) Jeff love the Oliver Kite film. There is a small Oliver Kite museum (more of a display but i like the sentiment that one cabinet and some print can be a museum) in the bar of the Arundel Arms in Devon, a hotel run […]

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Kite’s Country

29 May 2011 // Oliver Kite

Our request to readers for information regarding the late Oliver Kite (CBTR, 26 May) has resulted in a net full of replies. Though there are some that question his motives, Major Kite most definitely left his mark on the world of flyfishing. His techniques, his broadcasting and his writings (his book Nymph Fishing in Practise, […]

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