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Day Six

I always love checking out colleges on road trips. Of course nothing can beat UCLA, the greatest university in the history of the world, but it’s nice to see what’s second place (possibly Duke or Dartmouth from what I’ve seen). 809 more words

A thistle and a rose

I’m doing what I spend a big chunk of the summer doing: staring¬†at the west wall of St Mary’s, Oxford’s University Church.

That’s the view I get as I sit at the computer, waiting for inspiration to hit me: in the photo above, which predates the age of computers just a little, I’m in the curtained window jutting out above the street. 2,068 more words

Mindworms

Edinburgh Hibernians v St Peters (Partick) 18/09/1886

The Scottish Umpire September 1886

“GRAND

CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH

EDINBURGH HIBERNIAN’S

VERSUS

ST. PETER’S (PARTICK).

IN GLENGARRY PARK, SWANSTON ST.

(OFF DALMARNOCK ROAD),

ON SATURDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER, 1886… 383 more words

BROTHER WALFRID

Postcard 292

Front

Photograph of a town street. A horse and cart is on the road and buildings can be seen on the right. There is a church in the foreground. 225 more words

Postcards

Peal Board Photos

Details and photos of all peal boards that are hung in St Michael’s and St Mary’s churches in Southampton are now available to view on the website. 54 more words

General News

Day Trip: Cumberland Island National Seashore Part 2

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After we had our fill of the Dungeness ruins, we started to make our way towards the beach. There’s a few places up and down the island where there’s access and we had originally planned to utilize the one near Dungeness, but we were informed during orientation that recent rains had flooded the access. 523 more words

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