O, Bibi, I'm not at all frustrated, in some ways I think the relative silence (after a brief flurry of discussion immediately after Falmouth) is probably a very healthy sign of multiple trajectories and projects, perhaps influenced by glancing meetings, but not determined by them.
I'm interested in your insightful comments on the style - I realise (knew, but confess) that what I wrote is too contrived as a useful offering, too clever-clever, any openness mixed up with something else. On the other hand I didn't want to disguise the fabrication and artifice here; these are genuine themes/questions that I think (but don't know) are worthy of walkers discussing. But at the same time I am coming at them from the midst of writing; I had the impulse to lift them out and put them on the WAN list and they still have all sorts of tatters attached.
Walking upright not forwards; that strikes me like a hammer. An idea I have never considered, but will now.
Slowness is important. I think it is more 'racy' than people think. Slowness seems harmless, but I think it will become a great disruption sometime.
Hi to you in Brooklyn. From me behind the walls of volcanic rock.
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