Weird Places to Be
That's a monolithic church. Seriously. Superfrenchie took its picture in the South of France. What's a monolithic church? It's one that's dug out of rock. You might have known that, but you might be surprised that there are such things in Europe. We live to find out things like that. That's what h2g2 is all about: Researchers go out and find things, send pictures and stories and say, 'Guess where I'm standing now? You won't believe what I just found out.' There's a lot of that going on this week.
There's also a lot of cool French stuff this week. Why? Why not? As much as it may gall the Anglo-Saxon chauvinist, France is pretty. It's spring, and we've got Researchers on the move there. Enjoy the pictures, and help Minorvogonpoet and Superfrenchie answer some travel questions. Want to see different places? Send us pictures and stories from where you are. We're not fussy. It's all good. And if we don't spell it right, just let us know. We'll learn.
How shall we entertain you this week? Let us count the ways:
So there you have it. We've officially lost our collective minds. It's spring, and the fever is raging. Pick an excuse and stick with it. We should elevate the tone around here, you say? Well, you know what to do. Send Stuff. We need photos. We need fiction. We want your poetry (seriously). We'd like to know how spring is progressing in your part of the northern hemisphere, or what else is happening if you're somewhere else. Write early and often. Think of something for this month's 'underground' challenge. The moles are impatient.
And have a great week out there!
IN THE DARK
The Witch is Familiar.
Light at the end.
SIGNS AND WONDERS
Ticket to ride.
Up the Stream of Consciousness
Tune It Again, Sam.
Lord Oakburn's Daughters,
The Loneliness of the
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