The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 28 August 1988

Holiday Maps



‘Never Let Me Down’ – David Bowie


I miss Miranda.  I really miss her.  We’ve had such a wonderful week together.




‘Sense Of Doubt’ – David Bowie


A cauliflower-eared 1940s type, but his body is all demonic tail, flapping and bounding, his limbs are but electric talons of ectoplasm…


Spindly, emaciated legs that fade in the rising mist…


I have maps of the Yorkshire Dales, Vale of York, North Yorkshire Moors and Coast, and Teesdale & Weardale.





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Next time: ‘The holiday begins…’

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