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The Battering Ram - General Munro

This rebel ballad is about the Irish revolutionaries of 1798, who set aside religious differences to stand side by side against the colonialism of England, in Ireland. 139 more words

Rebel Voice Music

What do I mean by 'adventures' and how do they help? 


When I talk about adventures I don’t exclusively mean spending hundreds or thousands of pounds to travel to, and explore, a foreign country.

For me, travelling and adventuring can be as local as a 10 minute walk from my house. 398 more words

Adventurer

These shoes are not made for walking...

Little One and Big One’s plan for the day was to bag another munro.  The day commenced with a wonderful breakfast at their accommodation in the… 572 more words

Deva Pendragon: Year 499 The Year of the Three Invasions 

While still winter the player knights hear from Friar Stephen of Cameliard (via messengers Sir Alfred and Sir Bruce) the location that Sir Gregory of Stafford, turned satanist is torturing their friend Sir Gilmere. 685 more words

Pendragon

Ben Vorlich: Loch Lomond

At 943mts Ben Vorlich is a Munro and forms part of the ‘Arrochar Alps’.

The start/finishing point is at Inveruglas, Loch Lomond. Parking is adjacent to the Loch Sloy power station on the shoreside, charges apply when the machine is working. 163 more words

Walking

Suilven - a Mini Adventure North

It’s been a bit manic what with one thing and another, so my trip to Scotland with buddies (both old and new) crept up on me somewhat. 1,275 more words

Challenge

Is it Easier for Men to be Prolific?

One of the students in my class this quarter is an incredibly well-published author: 140 novels published by Bantam, Harpercollins, Simon & Schuster, Putnam, Tor, Kensington, Pocket, and others, and over 100 short stories. 632 more words

Novel