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The Ohi'a Tree and the Lehua Blossom

When one thinks of Hawaii, it is quite natural for images of coconut trees swaying in the gentle trade winds of the islands to come to mind. 869 more words

Behold the home of Pelehonuamea.... Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

 We hadn’t been to the big Island of Hawaii for many years but since our nephew Jack had never been and wanted to see the famous volcanoes (and of course I wanted to hear from them myself) this was our first stop (after snorkeling, thus the previous passage, ‘The Coral’) on our Hawaiian trip. 1,827 more words


Pele’s Curse

Visitors and locals alike should beware the curse of Pele. Some may scoff at it, while others may ignore it completely. Still, others may not even know about it, but woe be it unto them! 228 more words

Life In NLD in C16th WW Tomlinson - Notes and Jottings.

Castles and gentry

A description of Alnwick Castle

5th Earls household comprised 166 people not including superior officers (receivers, constables, auditors)

Jurisdiction over a barony comprised of 33 townships… 227 more words

Life In Northumberland In C16th By WW Tomlinson

Guest Writer, Andrea Plavi--Writer's Salon

Standing at a place that seems to embody the beginning and the end of the Earth, for it was from a great fire within the Earth that the land was born, is born, and it will be the great fire that takes it all away. 1,578 more words


Sporting Legend No 1

It is the 13th August 2017. Upon reflecting on the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious career of Usain Bolt in light of last nights’ “Pull up”*, I thought I would embark on an infrequent series thinking about the true sporting legends. 404 more words


The Best: Pele

Born: Tres Coracoes 23 October 1940

Position: Forward

Club(s): Santos, New York Cosmos

Country: Brazil

International Caps: 92

International Goals: 77

After debuting for Brazil as a 16 year old in 1956, two years later Edson Arantes do Nascimento became famous for being the youngest ever player to play in the finals of the World Cup. 361 more words

Football Greats