γνῶθι σεαυτόν

Okay, so we didn’t leave the next day. There were some things going on that would make a bit of a delay desirable. That’s when I brought up my plan again, the plan about visiting the other farms in the neighbourhood. Me, Moyri and nobody else. Finally some time together,…

Infiltration and Exfiltration

At about two days distance from Banay (Moyri tells me that this is how you spell it) we sent out our advance party to scout out a good place for Moyri and me to hide while our spies infiltrated the town. They came back with the news that there were…

A Very Cunning Plan

Today, I bought a bottle of white port wine, having been of the opinion that that probably is the drink Khushi likes best. I’m a bit tired of not being able to have a guest and giving her of the best… So let Khushi be our guest for a bit.

Doctoring has side-benefits.

And then we encountered a problem… A wide valley with steep sides running north to south blocked us. There wasn’t any way we could get the cart down to the valley, where we could see there was a village, with houses half in the hillside, half built out. It was…

A Detour

And then we were on our way again. We had a fun afternoon exercise, where we divided our apprentices in two groups, and asked half of them to guard a wide, wide perimeter around their baroness and her wife, and the other asked the other half to try to penetrate…

Some natives are not gushing

Our next stop was the citrus-fruit-fanatic Lord Erian’s White House and village. That’s what Lady Jerna calls him, and when we we travelled through his domains we could see she was right… Endless groves of oranges, lemons, limes and weird crosses, there were trees with fruit as big as a…

Another Village, another White House

When we arrived at Lady Jerna’s White House, I was put in bed immediately, and I think Jeran and the others who had helped with the healing of chalk pit workers, too. I slept, slept, slept, slept and slept! Until mid-morning, when I noticed that Moyri was toying with the…

Know Thyself

This journey promises to be so much more important than even the journey during which I married my wife. We’re so many people, we’re so much more important to the people we visit… I had hardly realized how important until we arrived at lord Rovin’s White House. That’s where Fian…

Too Many Teenagers

The Feast of Timoine starts at dawn, of course, when the children gather to go into the nearest wood, and celebrate Timoine as only they know how to do, and then they come back to town, singing songs. Today the children from the outlying villages also came back to Selday…

Fragmentary Recollections

Fragmentary updates… Poor Khushi, she’s so busy these days that keeping her “travel” diary up to date often doesn’t work. So her recollections are a bit fragmentary.