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dinsdag, 11 September 2012 01:10

10/09/Sideways 2012


After a day's walk everything has twice its usual value.  ~George Macauley Trevelyan

donderdag, 10 May 2012 20:11

Dag 25 - Maandag 10.09

Wandeldag

  • Vertrekpunt: KLEIN ENGELANDHOEVE - Klein Engeland 29 - 2300 Turnhout (overnachtingsplaats)
  • Vertrekuur: 10:00
  • Lunch: 12:30 - 13:15 -- Bezoekerscentrum 'De Liereman' - Schuurhovenberg 43 - 2360 Oud-Turnhout
  • Aankomstpunt: De schildpadhoeve | DOMEIN BEVERDONK - Beverdonk 1 - 2470 Retie (overnachtingsplaats)
  • Begeleider: Zowie Vangeel - Dit e-mailadres wordt beveiligd tegen spambots. JavaScript dient ingeschakeld te zijn om het te bekijken.
  • Lokale Verkenner: Michel Van Gorp - De Korhoenstappers vzw
  • Traject: KML-bestand; zie kaartje op Google Maps
  • Wandelafstand: +/- 17 km
  • Artiesten op de Sideways expeditie: PETER ANKH AKA P.ANKH (IT/ES) | DANIEL DJAMO (RO) |  ANDREW STUCK (GB) |  MISHA MYERS & DEIRDRE HEDDON (GB) | SUSANNE KUDIELKA & KASPAR WIMBERLEY (DE/UK) |  REG CARREMANS (BE) | YANA K.M (RU) |  STEPHEN HODGE, SIMON PERSIGHETTI, PHIL SMITH & CATHY TURNER VAN WRIGHTS & SITES (GB)
  • Openbaar Vervoer
    Dichtstbijzijnde treinstation - vertrekpunt: Turnhout  > WWW.NMBS.BE (02-528 28 28)
    Dichtstbijzijnde bushalte - vertrekpunt: Turnhout England (De Lijn 460) > WWW.DELIJN.BE (070-220.200)
    Dichtstbijzijnde treinstation - aankomstpunt: Turnhout > WWW.NMBS.BE (02-528 28 28)
    Dichtstbijzijnde bushalte - aankomstpunt: Kasterlee 'T Heiken (De Lijn 200 / 937) > WWW.DELIJN.BE (070-220.200)
  • Overnachting: Mensen die meerdere dagen willen wandelen met de expeditie, kunnen nagaan of er op onze overnachtingsplaats nog extra slaapgelegenheid is. Andere overnachtingsplaatsen in de nabijheid kunnen gevonden worden via de deze links: TURNHOUT en Retie
maandag, 10 September 2012 23:57

haikus

First Haiku for Walkers (written on the train to Glasgow) – after Basho

Step, step, step, step, step

Step, step, step, step, step, step, step

Step, step, step, step, step

Second Haiku for Walkers (written on the train to Glasgow) – after Basho

We walk sideways East

In the hoof steps of Donkey

Slowing down our ways

Third Haiku for Departing (written on the train to Glasgow) – after Basho

The train rushes north

Leaving my heart, mind, body

Trying to catch up

by Dee

dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:00

lines

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dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:04

10/09/sideways2012-timelapse

dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:09

monochrome trees

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dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:10

P.ankh's notes

anyway /from the beginning again // trying to remember how does it work this game

all start from music, vibration...and stories are fascinating around it

all in the universo is moving and while moving is bumping into other stuff part of the all, producing vibration....a sound indeed

imagine small little cells or whichever else organism dancing around to find its proper place and space in tune with everything around

driven by law of attractions, quantum physics and some other kind of magic.

giving life to everything we know and a soundtrack too // probably  light is involved in the process...

then at some point human beings came out , now and then

me, you s-he us you they // here   me // somewhere   you

everybody else and so much more in space...alive and pulsing

from animals to bit

time as we know should be chained to NOW

music please // do not forget to dance

or do some other nice tricks to get out from the enchantement

dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:29

faces

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dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:31

lara dhondt

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dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:35

Biegel

dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:38

reg 50 canvas

dinsdag, 11 September 2012 00:39

reading for walkers

dinsdag, 11 September 2012 01:14

after walk

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dinsdag, 11 September 2012 01:23

kata

dinsdag, 11 September 2012 02:00

sky

donderdag, 13 September 2012 00:57

lara dhondt for wayfarers

donderdag, 13 September 2012 01:09

today

Today was long. Left late after waiting for delayed breakfast. We walked only 22km but kept stopping waiting for lost stragglers which made it hard to get a stride. I thought of Stevenson with his donkey Modestine but it wasnt Beagle who  was tripping us up; he had 'his Monday stride'.

Last night we set all the books out for everyone to browse and  the librarians sat up late reading to one another and others that joined.

I did a reading along the walk from Oswald's the Dart on the boats at Dittisham beside the canal in Turnhout up to Simon from Writes & Sights who was dangling his boat sculpture over the side of a pedestrian bridge above.

We also made some wonderful stops yesterday - to listen to silence of an area voted world's 12th most silent places  - the Liereman - a place of peet bog and leech infested lakes and a castle inhabited by a ghost. There was a piano left by an artist next to a picnic table  and the guide performed Cage's 4'33 and Amanda revealed a hidden talent.  Then a stop for a free local beer made with the plant that grew in the area - gageler - the one I sketched the night before. Then ice cream that people line up for on Sundays made from the excess milk of local kleins. Stopped in the priory of Corsendonk where Erasmus studied but they wouldn't let us see the library as it was 5 pm by then. But I'm not clear that  there were any books still there. The restored 15c buildings  are now a centre for team building, weddings etc and a hotel for the wealthy.  We were allowed to see the hall named for Erasmus but it was merely a function room deadened of any sense of history or life.

Misha Myers

10 September 2012

donderdag, 13 September 2012 01:29

we found a piano in the forest

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