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Steeper At The Gates Of Dawn

Or, “Ode To Some Beautiful Leaves I Infused On My Balcony One Midsummer Morning”

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Summer 2019 – Tea, Interrupted

The flat tones of the light filtering through the curtains told me as I lay in bed that it was overcast. I sat up, pulled back the curtain, and looked out of the window.

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If You Go Down To The Woods Today…

It was fairly warm and more or less sunny, and faced with the knowledge that as we head into the Autumn and the back end of the year days like this are going to come along increasingly less frequently, we … Continue reading

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Par-tea!

Once again we were heading out to the country for a party with the extended family.

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Parklife

It must have been a hangover from our vacation, and all those outdoors sessions.

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Summer 2018 – Cliff Tea, Swedish Style

“Oh, there you are!”, I breathlessly exclaimed, much in the style of Alice encountering a person sized, cognisant chess piece hiding under a giant mushroom.

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The Cat, The Tree, and the Nannuo Teabag

Dateline: a small cottage on the Baltic sea – cliff in front, pine forest behind. Mid July.

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Steepers on the Storm

6:00 am, and my furry brown feline Burmese overlord is making it abundantly clear that it is way past what he considers to be a reasonable hour for breakfast.

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Party Tea

Summer in Scandinavia can feel sometimes like a “blink and you’ll miss it” affair.

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A Different Sort of Cliff Tea

Every tea event is unique in its own way – the hundreds of variables concerning water, leaves, people and the tea drinking environment could never be replicated.

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