11th of June 2012 ~ Part I
Intrigued by weird dreams of gates opening between the worlds of humans and fae in a “Lord of the Rings” style backdrop mish-mashed with Ragnarok apocalyptic stories of Thor and Loki … Sir Thomas Leaf stumbled out of bed dazed and confused snapping from bizarre dreamscapes to the chirping of his cell phone with a message from Sir Rob Wildwood that he was soon on his way over. The travel began this early morn as Sir Thomas Leaf grabbed his pack filled with his tent, tarp, sleeping roll, costumes, paints, tarot cards, and gear as he awaited the vardo of Sir Rob Wildwood as they headed off to the ferry from Dublin to Hollyhead. A little turned around, they were soon on the M-5 down to Dun Laoghaire. A short drive from Dublin to the Terminal at dun laoghaire … they hung out in the waiting line with no customs or border checks. It was the super-fast ferry from Dublin to Hollyhead with a run time of 2.5 hours … and swift they sailed across the Irish sea. As the waves past by … they were soon ashore … again with a short departure off the ferry, with no need to stop in through Welsh customs. On the roadway, they were off for York. A new country and landscape as the duo of delvers began to trek across the United Kingdom. A pleasant and warm drive through Wales, through the area of the walled defense cities of Conwy, and slowly past the mountains and up the coast whilst a chill covered the outside air. A few hour drive to York the explorers were on their way …
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