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Sunday Journal: Kiddie Pools and Smoke Bombs

The humid sweltering heat of summer arrived this week. Going outdoors was something akin to strolling through molten waves of sun-kissed steam. Perfect southern summer weather. 1,025 more words

Homeschool

10 sources for the Arthurian legends.

1.  11th-14th Century French Romances

2.  Le Morte d’Arthur (Thomas Malory 1485)

3.  Idylls of the King (Lord Tennyson 1858-85)

4. A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur’s Court (Mark Twain 1889) 38 more words

King Arthur

Peter Pendragon and the Zoo of Death

I’m going to assume most trips to the zoo don’t involve being attacked by a creature that looks like it stepped out of a Picasso painting. 3,262 more words

Arthurian Fiction

18: Packing to Leave

Edmund ran back to the Lads’ bedroom, heading for the trunk next to his bed, his mind still reeling. Where was he going to live? What would his new mother be like? 559 more words

The Macabre Tale Of Edmund Moulde

A "pop culture" guide to King Arthur and the legend of Camelot

By many accounts, the legend of King Arthur and the historical facts about King Arthur vary from country to country. Though there are countless stories written from the 6th Century to today, written in every European language imaginable, the most definitive stories on the “King of the Britain’s” is  656 more words

Magic

QUEEN ELIZABETH II MEETS KING ARTHUR II HEAD ON IN BERLIN.

Ancient British history came back to haunt Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to Berlin in Germany yesterday when a message was written on a pavement for the whole world to see in Potsdamer Platz. 1,005 more words

Royalty

Days 153-156/188: A Kilt Trip - My Time in Edinburgh

“So, what did you do in Edinburgh?”
“Umm…”

What did I do? Everything that I wanted to do.  Edinburgh Castle was pretty to cool to walk through and I enjoyed it in the same way I enjoyed walking through the Tower of London back in January. 924 more words

Travelling