Infrequently Asked Questions


Why do you have a FAQ page?
Because I love FAQ pages. I also love lists.

Who are you?
My name is Sally Arnold. Pleased to meet you. Not meat to please you. You can read more about me on WHATS THIS ALL ABOUT?

Are scorpions endangered?
No. If that were the case, it would be irresponsible of me to have a photo of myself eating one on my ABOUT page. Most insects and arachnids are not endangered because they can reproduce quickly (bees, however, are endangered). They are also very nutritious. If you would like to try them yourself, this company sells them – FIREBOX (no I don’t get kickbacks)

What star sign are you?
Scorpio. Naturally.

What do dictators have to do with dolphins?
I wondered that myself, so I Googled did some research . I’m going to write a story about it. Stay tuned.

Who takes the photos on It’s Hard to be a Dictator When you Don’t have Enough Dolphins?
I do unless otherwise credited.

Can I copy your photos?
Um, they are © copyrighted to me. Please ask first. Most likely I’ll say yes if you don’t pass them off as your own.

How long have you been blogging?
What time is it? I started a blog last year when I walked the Camino de Santiago so my family and friends knew I was still alive. I enjoyed writing my travel diary, so on a whim decided to start another blog. I don’t know what I’m doing, I am not a writer.

What do you blog about?
Well as my blog is new, not a lot yet. But I plan to blog about (wait for it…) things that interest me. This is a long and eclectic list. I may or may not write about: Travel, Local Industries, Food, Sewing, Cycling, Hiking, Hiking Equipment, Design, Typography, Art, Found Objects, Raindrops on Roses and Whiskers on Kittens. If you sign up to subscribe (see the green button at the side) you will never miss a story and there might be something about one of those subjects.

What’s Indonesia like? Aren’t there terrorists there?
Ok, that’s two questions. Diverse. Amazing. Wild. Crazy. Indonesia is an archipelago (I love that word) of thousands of islands. If you were to visit one per day it would take you 50 years, 1 month, and 2 weeks. I haven’t been to all of them.
There are terrorists and crazy people, like every other country; but most people are nice and normal, just like you.

Are you an expert?
I am an expert dilettante. I have a degree in it.

Can I ask you a question?
Sure, ask below in the comments.


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