Happy Winter Solstice, from Tallinn

Wool at a shop in Tallinn

Today is our last full day in Estonia. Tomorrow night, I will be sleeping in Wadham College, once again. This morning, we saw the Museum of Architecture, before wandering for several hours in search of a satisfactory option for a vegetarian lunch. Unlike on previous occasions, we did not have a great deal of luck.

This afternoon, I think we will be doing some shopping for gifts. I also mean to complete and disperse another batch of postcards. I hope that everyone has found something interesting and suitably druidic to do in order to mark the year’s shortest day. We’re on the upswing towards summer now.

5 thoughts on “Happy Winter Solstice, from Tallinn”

  1. You really need to fix the sidebar so that it works in Internet Explorer. I know it’s annoying to have to fiddle with code, but it really looks awful on the kind of computers I imagine most people are viewing it from.

  2. Indeed I do, but I have not the slightest idea of what is wrong with it (cannot find the apostrophe key on this keyboard). It does appear in the right place on invidual post pages, at least most of the time. Anyone who can tell me how to fix it will earn considerable gratitude.

  3. Couldn’t Frank help you fix it? He seems to know about CSS and have relatively little else to do…

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