Foundations of meringue

There is an active passion for the written works of fiction. But can you honestly say the same for the written word of our Creator?

As we turned the corner of the street, I couldn’t quite believe what I was seeing. Had we stepped back in time? Surely we were on holiday in Switzerland in the twenty-first century, in a town called Meiringen famous for originating the meringue? Yet there they were, a street packed full of people, everyone in Edwardian dress, noisily making their way towards the mountains.

For the well-read among you, the association of Edwardian tweed and Meiringen will have triggered an immediate association with the novels of Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle and the Reichenbach Falls where the denouement between Sherlock Holmes and his arch enemy Moriarty took place.

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