Hunting the Unicorn: Heading north…

Sue begins her narrative on the SilentUnicorn weekend

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

I hit the road after work for the first leg of what would prove to be a very long journey and one full of unexpected adventures. From my home in the south, I drove to Yorkshire to collect Stuart. Next morning, we left for Scotland, choosing, as always, a route that would avoid the oppressive and insistent clamour of motorways. It undoubtedly takes much longer, but if you are going to work with the landscape, there is no better way to begin to connect with it than by experiencing it… even if only through the windscreen of a car.

We were heading into the Highlands to attend The Silent Unicorn workshop, a joint venture with our own school and a magical Lodge. The weekend would be presented by Dean Powell, who now lives in the area and who would guide us to sites ranging from the ancient, to the historic…

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3 Replies to “Hunting the Unicorn: Heading north…”

  1. Thank you for the great writing, Sue. I had never heard of midges, and so I had to look them up. At first I thought it was some type of weather. You have so many different words in your part of the world that I am unfamiliar with, so I will always try to figure out what they are.

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  2. I loved this beautiful writing. It is really fun to feel that I am on a journey myself, even though we are across the pond so to speak. These journeys are something to feed the soul when the days are long and challenging to get through. You are all very appreciated.

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