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But where was Rebecca?

The maps say "Paul and Rebecca," but NO Rebecca in the flesh...  :ermm:


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Near my house, there is a source of the creek that goes to Danube.

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My grandfather told me a story of how he once went swimming in the Danube, near a convent in Regensburg, Germany.

To his surprise, some toilet paper and human fecal matter came floating by, a few meters from him.

Apparently, the nuns flushed their toilets directly into the river.  :O

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Oh I love that, Kninjanin...the Danube surely one of the world's most beloved rivers...

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I especially loved this one, SirFurry! Usually I do not watch their whole videos, just enough to give the flavor...but this was so delightful..."Here, Father Thames, is your sevenfold spring."

...making the Thames the longest river, a few (significant) miles longer than the Severn! I am a little concerned though, coz Tink did not mention any faeries in her post...and I feel Quite Convinced that there must be faeries in here somewhere, especially that sevenfold spring...

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I think the topic of river sources once came up with Marianne. I explained to her that faeries have to be careful... :D

 

Bathing Nude in lymphic streams

Likely might evoke shrill screams,

If the lymph came from the pores

  Of some giant’s canker sores.

Nymphs and faeries surely oughter

  Rather bathe in perfumed water

Flowing forth from crystal fountains,

  High in mist-beshrouded mountains,

Hid from giants’ prying eyes,

  Or from satyrs in disguise.

Only then can faeries frolic,

  Splash and sing and safely rollick.
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:)..

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Tink that is absolutely lovely and glorious...I think you are VERY talented...NOT going to tell you oh you ought to do something with your talent someday, because it's yours to appreciate and enjoy, and/or share, exactly as you choose, whatever gives you joy.

In any case, I am very pleased to be an occasional recipient of your Eratonian flights here on SOLVED...or perhaps Calliope is the muse more conducive 'n apropos for your delightful compositions?

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Thank you, Virginia, you are too kind. <3

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