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  1. The Camping saga begins

    So Having decided with a friend that, we want to get fitter, spend more time outdoors and have very little money, we've decided to take advantage of some of the beautiful scenery around here and go camping. Having been sat at the table in a friends house (I'm there at the moment too) We've also dragged my best friend into this expedition as well, (and so her Boyfriend will be coming he doesn't get a choice!) So she's bought a tent waterproof trousers trangia etc, and had her 4 seasons bag sent ...
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  2. Drifting Around and Loving It!

    Ever since I received my second cousin Allen's DNA email and my classification here, I've been studying Celtic forms of reconstructionism and I've learned quite a lot.Although my troth is pledged to the Aesir, it is very interesting to learn about different aspects of Celtic life in ancient times.It's not too unlike ancient Norse culture, but unlike enough to be intriguing.
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  3. Happy Post :-)

    Life has been good to me today.
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  4. My experience at the Obama Inauguration

    I was at the Obama Inauguration. I wrote the below as series of postings elsewhere, to pour out my firsthand observations so that I wouldn't forget them. (If anyone reads this, I apologize in advance for it being perhaps meandering and long; again it was simply the pouring out of raw observations).

    I was at the inauguration today [20th January 2009], standing several hundred yards behind the second "Jumbotron" monitor from the Capitol. Since the poorly-run local heavy-rail
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  5. Correction...

    So I was wrong, I suppose.Keltic-Nordid wasn't actually a fusion of Celtic and Germanic types.That Nordish type seems to be more accurately the Celtic branch of the Nordid subrace.I did read the Bruenn correctly, though.I think it was an Unaltered Palaeolithic physical type common to Western Europe and the British Isles.That does seem to fit with the DNA findings of the McDonalds(my mother's family).Our branch was Celtic with no Norse DNA found on the paternal side.The families that married in to ...
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