It’s not a proper summers day without some #Pimms (at Springhead House)
Can’t come to Whitby without sampling some seafood. All the more so if it’s from the 2014 Fish and Chip Shop of the Year! (at Quayside)
"Don’t fuck with the turkeys at night if you can’t soar with the eagles in the morning."
A hörgr (Old Norse, plural hörgar) or hearg (Old English) was a type of religious building or altar possibly consisting of a heap of stones, used in Norse paganism. Hörgar are attested in the Poetic Edda; compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda; written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson, sagas, in the poetry of skalds, the Old English poem Beowulf, and in various place names, often in connection with Germanic deities.
"Be silent and safe — silence never betrays you;
Be true to your word and your work and your friend;
Put least trust in him who is foremost to praise you,
Nor judge of a road till it draw to the end."