Alice Dryden (huskyteer) wrote,
Alice Dryden
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Woke Up This Morning

...to Capital Gold's DJ and weatherman excitedly discussing the very heavy rain. They even cut to a reporter in a car so we could hear the racket it was making on the windscreen. It's only drizzling now, but this does not bode well for driving to Yorkshire, as I'll be doing in a few hours.

I'm going to visit sloopjonb and see the Rushcart. I suspect this is actually a Wicker Man scenario in which an innocent outsider is lured to the village as a ritual sacrifice. After all, civilisation ends at Watford.

Also, by an amazing coincidence, this is happening on Sunday. As I'm never usually in the vicinity of Wakefield, it seems too good an opportunity to pass up.

I haven't yet told my hosts that it will mean my leaving the house before 7AM.
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