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The return of Crazy Bells, and other jottings

We are slowly emerging from the Covid-19 lock-down, and Jan and I are hoping that people won’t go overboard and ruin the progress that’s been so painfully made against the pandemic. In any case, restaurants here are re-opening next week, … Continue reading


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The return of “crazy bells”

Well, I suppose it had to happen. Starting yesterday (Thursday) at 7 a.m., our village’s church tower added back what my wife Jan and I call the “crazy bells” to the thrice-daily ringing of the Angelus. (What other blog offers up … Continue reading

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