” It’s a cliché I know, but something has to give, something has to be done, but what?”
It’s not exactly wild foraging, but, in our garden, we have a veg patch, in which Mike cultivates what could be called ‘weeds’, on purpose, to eat.
By 1804 the Twatt Mortification School was built and in use. As requested, it was built in the township of Kirbister, part of Sir William Honyman’s Graemsay Estate.
The meeting at the St Magnus Centre, Kirkwall is on from 6pm and is open to all.
Finnie hits out at extension of ADS:“Once again, the Scottish Government seems seduced by air travel.”
“I will ask the Scottish Government to publish their Business regulation Impact Assessment for their latest hair-brain transport initiative.”
Yesterday was Shrove Tuesday, today is Ash Wednesday, here it a poem about Lent.
“On 26th September 1801 Magnus was sent by William Tomison from Cumberland House to Carrot River with John Brough and a party of natives with the object of intercepting the trade established by the Canadian traders in that neighbourhood.”
The project aims to take people through the whole archaeological process from finding objects in the field, to mapping, processing finds, and interpreting the results. Participants will produce internationally significant research in the World Heritage area, contribute to the wider understanding of these sites and landscapes through time, and learn new skills.
This amazing bungee jump will take place on Saturday 29th June 2019, from 9am – 7pm, at Aberdeen Beach Boulevard.
Mario+Rabbids is a turn based tactical shooter. This means your team of 3 characters takes a turn where they can move around, attack, use special abilities and such then the enemies have their turn.