In September and October, 2015, Owl made two trips, using his free bus pass. Both were to Devon, and both to visit vintage bus rallies. He recorded details about both trips, along with comments about the countryside he saw, the people he met, the joys and disappointments he experienced. He described the first journey in two red exercise books; the second journey is recorded on loose, ruled A4 paper. Click on the links below to read.
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What is Roaming?
Roaming means to wander, or travel freely, with no particular destination. In fact we meet most Thursdays at the Breadline Centre in Penzance, or sometimes nearby, outdoors. That’s pretty specific. We may walk sometimes, explore in a more literal sense. But mainly we explore the connections that bring us together and keep us coming back. We make drawings or music or lunch or conversation. Through these we both share what is unique about each of us and confirm what we have in common. We share a respect for ourselves, one another, and the structures that make it possible for us to be together, such as St. Petrocs, or The Community Fund. We make time for one anther, make observations, associations, let ourselves be curious. We wander together on a journey of discovery.