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john davies
notes from a small vicar
from a parish
in Liverpool, UK

    Saturday, July 12, 2003
    In the rough and nearly there
     
    Odd, sitting on a bench surrounded by tall grass and even taller trees at the edge of the grounds of Loyola Hall, this afternoon, reading Iain Sinclair as he and his walking friends turned the south-eastern corner of the M25 London Orbital. In the rough beneath the Queen Elizabeth Bridge. They're going counter-clockwise, and began with a northerly walk from Hackney up the Lea Valley to Waltham Abbey. So now, crossing the Thames from Mick Jagger's Dartford, the end is in sight. One hundred pages to go. Short blog: I may finish it tonight.