Category Archives: Lyon

Race

“…I never saw so many roguish Egyptians together in one place in all my life as in Nevers, where there was a multitude of men, women and children of them, that disguise their faces, a our counterfet western Egyptians in … Continue reading

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Late, Lost Lyon

The reason for the delay in writing about Lyon more fully is mostly about processing: Tom had three years; Tim Moore perhaps one. Here, with the imperative to post several times each day, a different kind of writing emerges, more … Continue reading

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Ways of Seeing

Reading Tim Moore at La Tour du Pin All three of us, Tom, Tim Moore and I come into Lyon after days in the quiet of the Loire. I feel all three expect something here, after the rain and the … Continue reading

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Betwixt Lifestyle

Tom made his big lifestyle choice at 32; these days decisions – forced or not – about lifestyle, travel and place, can happen at any time. Travel after finishing high school, parents changing country to find work, bringing their small … Continue reading

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Where you going? Barcelona?

Singular game! Where the goal changes places;The winning-post is nowhere, yet all around;Where Man tires not of the mad hope he racesThinking, some day, that respite will be found The Voyage, Charles Baudelaire “Baudelaire was a secret agent – an … Continue reading

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Lyon: Tom and Me

Some of Tom’s Lyon “I went on Friday morning being the third day of June about sixe of the clocke from Tarare in my bootes, by reason of a certaine accident, to a place about six miles therehence, where I … Continue reading

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The Drinking Spectrum

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