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Day 7, Kirkby Stephen to Keld, 21km

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July 28th, 2013
I was woken through the night to the sound of heavy rain and it hadn’t subsided at all by breakfast time.  287 more words
Coast To Coast

In praise of peat (part 2)

This is what the peat bog painting looks like after I did more painting today.

(More on this painting here). 15 more words

In praise of peat

I love peat bogs.  Strange, wild, desolate, seemingly empty places.  Although actually full of life.

It’s not the open views I like best, it’s the detail.  235 more words

Bronze Age Bog Body

Bronze Age Bog Body . . . isn’t that a great title? It refers to the fact that in Ireland, in a peat bog, a partial corpse was found, and amazingly, the remains were dated to around 4,000 years ago. 611 more words

VIckey Kall

The Bodies in the Bogs: An Eerie Gift From the Iron Age

There are cold cases and there are cold cases, but it’s hard to beat the one that came to light on May 6, 1950, in Silkeborg, Denmark. 388 more words