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Aubrey's 4e Dark Sun

Game Master Aubrey the Malformed


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Hay-on-Wye is about ten miles from my mum and dad (they are on the south side of the mountain, Hay is on the north side). It's a nice town, though it has come up in the world. We visited maybe ten or fifteen years ago and there was nothing to do except visit these really over-priced second-hand books shops. More recently we visited again, they've got nice cafes and restaurants and stuff. The second-hand book shops are still over-priced, though - I wouldn't buy a book there. The trip over the mountain along the back road between Hay and Abergavenny is breathtaking, though - fantastic views.

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Aubrey the Malformed wrote:
Hay-on-Wye is about ten miles from my mum and dad (they are on the south side of the mountain, Hay is on the north side). It's a nice town, though it has come up in the world. We visited maybe ten or fifteen years ago and there was nothing to do except visit these really over-priced second-hand books shops. More recently we visited again, they've got nice cafes and restaurants and stuff. The second-hand book shops are still over-priced, though - I wouldn't buy a book there. The trip over the mountain along the back road between Hay and Abergavenny is breathtaking, though - fantastic views.

Yeah, we did that trip this time last year when we were camping in Wales.


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Aubrey the Malformed wrote:
Tenro wrote:
Britain sounds like a strange place.
How come?

You speak of counties like we (in the US) would speak about a far-off state, or Canada or something. Like everything is so far away and different, even though Britain is a relatively small island.


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Counties there are kinda like states in the US... each has its own personality, and sometimes rivalries with other counties!

I wouldn't buy books to *read* in HoW -- too expensive, like you said -- but its definitely more of a book collectors haven if you're into old/rare/out-of-print books. My mom is a big Arthur Rackham fan, and I remember one store had a whole wall of books illustrated by him!

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OK, I'm off until Monday. Have a nice weekend!

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