Monthly Archives: September 2008

Quicker than Tom

Mr. Rossy, a Swiss pilot, leapt from the plane about 8,200 feet over Calais, France, blasted across 22 miles of water and deployed his parachute, above, over the South Foreland Lighthouse in Dover. Onlookers who dotted the famous white cliffs … Continue reading

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The ever generous Paul Theroux

Thinking about Tom and his amazing Jacobean times is actually easier when not in his exact footsteps. But I’m never far away, even back in London. Today I’m off to a conference on renaissance spies. And especially Sir Henry Wotton, … Continue reading

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Tom and Now

Thanks Google. Makes it all much easier. Betwixt continues, and will be back regularly soon. For now don’t forget around robin.

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