Rip It To Shreds – Tear It Apart

Well said!

A Wilderness of Peace

“Life is hard for Hamish. The last two harsh winters have all but crippled him. ‘I’m sure all the farmers in these parts will vote NO,’ he says.

‘In the last 12 years I’ve only ever made a profit once. Two years ago I hardly had any lambs at all because the weather destroyed most of them. I’m still recovering.’

Life for Hamish is already hard. Up at 5am in all weathers, he works till 10pm most nights for the kind of money that barely keeps food on the table. To make ends meet he drives lorries for a haulage company.”

"Of course we knew we were living next to a volcano, but moving to Ravenna? I just think there's too much uncertainty..." “Of course we knew we were living next to an active volcano, but moving to Ravenna? I just think there’s too much uncertainty, and I don’t trust that Alexander Salmoneus…”

I’m still naive and unjaded enough to be shocked by such sad stories as this poor farmer who’s experienced…

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About Hugh Wallace

Soldier, sailor, policeman, engineer, scientist, democrat, socialist, environmentalist, advocate of Scottish Independence
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