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Obscure Corners - Ullscarf

There isn’t a fell I’ve climbed in the whole of the Lake District for which I don’t have a vision, locked in my memory, available at any moment the name of the fell is summoned. 1,208 more words

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'He died a soldier, a warrior': family of Private fatally injured in training exercise

EDMONTON – The family of 20-year-old Private Steven Allen says they are heartbroken and have many unanswered questions about the training accident that ultimately took his life. 461 more words


Canadian soldier dies following accident during training exercise in Wainwright

EDMONTON – A 20-year-old Canadian Armed Forces member has died after he was injured during a training exercise at the Canadian Forces Base in Wainwright, Alta on Monday. 395 more words


2014 Takeaways Part II: The Bad Stuff

Well, as promised, here is the follow-up to my last post. Last week I went over things that I liked from the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals. 1,210 more words


Postcards That Intrigue Me #6: Warden D. Davison and His Pet Elk Maud

Because if you are the warden of a national park in the 1920s, why not also tame an elk and name it Maud? And have the image of you both distributed as postcards? 78 more words

Postcards That Intrigue Me #5: Bison With an Amazing Head of Hair

Living and Elk Island National Park, I see a lot of bison on a daily basis. I am very familiar with how they look, move, sound, and smell. 216 more words

Great Walks: Fairfield to St. Sunday Crag

Fairfield is usually climbed as the head of its Horseshoe, and a fantastic day’s walking that provides if, as I have previously explained, the choice is made to traverse anti-clockwise. 1,610 more words

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