There have been reported sightings of an unclothed man walking in the hills north of the Forth Valley during the past couple of months. He has been spotted several times around the Dumyat peaks in particular — Castle Law on the west, and Dumyat proper on the east. A retired teacher posting on the Walkhighlands website gave an account of the mysterious naked rambler.
Or maybe it was Tie-Dye Brother-in-law without his tie-dye on But no one will ever know. The photographer is sworn to secrecy.
I showed up to my stand to bow hunt on Thursday October the 2nd and hear someone yell. I looked down to find a man standing in the creek holding a walking stick with not a stitch of clothing on him. Claimed he had been beaten up by some guys at Tommorwworld then dropped in the woods after they stripped him of everything.
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The festival is one of the only opportunities to see the reclusive Naga sadhus, some of whom live in caves after taking a vow of celibacy and renouncing worldly possessions. Their charge down to the waters to bathe at the opening of the Kumbh, many armed with tridents and swords, is one of the highlights of the festival. They give their message to the people and they transform people.
I'm particularly pleased to see that you linked to some of my other sweaty moments. I see a new theme If you ask I'll give you that sweaty shirt.
A poem a day, complete with analysis, criticism, biographical info, literary anecdotes, trivia, and our own skewed sense of humour I wish to share one of his meanings for this poem. I was his sister-by-choice known in his poetry as Sylviaand Alden occasionally used to have me read from his 3 ring book of unpublished poems.
Went to identified viewing area but was disappointed as not all of the figure could be seen. Villagers tell us that will be the year for a re chalking and then the giant will stand out as The Cerne Giant firstly is best seen in the afternoon, when the sun is behind you. Otherwise he can be almost invisible.
At the Kumbh Mela, or "festival of the pot", held this year in Prayagraj in north India, organizers expect up to million people to bathe at the confluence of three holy rivers: the Ganges, the Yamuna and a mythical third river, the Saraswati. The festival is one of the only opportunities to see the reclusive Naga sadhus, some of whom live in caves after taking a vow of celibacy and renouncing worldly possessions. Their charge down to the waters to bathe at the opening of the Kumbh, many armed with tridents and swords, is one of the highlights of the festival.