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Day 2 - Stirling & William Wallace

Our first full day in the UK began in the wonderful small city of Stirling Scotland. After a solid 13 hours sleep for all 3 of us (wow), we headed out from the hotel to Stirling Castle, the city of Stirling is an absolute delight, the picturesque historic old town surrounded by modern conveniences. 673 more words


Scotland, part two

After a day in Edinburgh, it was time to get out of the city and see a bit more of Scotland.  Some of my favorite vacation days are the ones that evolve as the day goes on and our only real plan to get from point A to point B, stopping as we please. 409 more words


William Wallace and Pittencrieff Park

Following the Scottish ‘Victory‘ over the English in the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297, William Wallace was a Scottish hero, and very much sort after by the King of England, Edward I. 193 more words


The Leader of the Battle


Now Jericho was shut up inside and outside because of the people of Israel. None went out, and none came in. And the Lord said to Joshua, “See, I have given Jericho into your hand, with its king and mighty men of valor. 613 more words

Devastating break-in at centre for adults with Learning Disabilities

Adults with Learning Disabilities and members of staff have been left devastated after a day centre in Glastonbury was ransacked by burglars.

Intruders targeted the Beckery Centre on two occasions over the weekend of 10 October, cutting wires to the alarms, breaking windows and doors, pulling cupboards off hinges, and turning the reception upside down. 344 more words

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Famous Veteran's Day Thank you quotes

Dear Fellow Journalers,

Today, in America, we  celebrate Veteran’s Day on November 11. Since the Pursuit of Happiness this month is gratitude,  I thought I would share some Thank You quotes from four patriotic individuals: 69 more words

Seeds Of Thought

Why You Should Have Uncommon Sense

Stop whatever you’re doing and hear me out.

Please keep reading. It’s not a trick, I promise. What comes next I hope will be a wake up call to many of us, including myself. 750 more words