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Travel Club

Currently, I have too many other projects under development to commit to such a large aim. I still want to start a local club in the southern Michigan area (E-mail me if your interested). Here are links to non-commercial clubs I have found on the net: The Globetrotters Club – has been active for 50 …

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The Rillaton Gold cup

Return to the Hurlers top page Rillaton Gold cup – Found in Rillaton barrow (a burial barrow of the bronze age) in 1837, along with a bronze dagger, beads, pieces of ivory and the skeletal remains of a man. Perhaps not surprisingly, after its discovery the cup soon was missing from public view. Luckily, many …

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Weather in Ireland

I plan to add more information on the weather in Ireland soon. Plan to take an unbrella and a waterproof jacket for each person in your party. Ireland can have several weeks with out rain but normally you will encounter a light shower or two each day. On our 2004 visit, we ran in to …

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Gardens of Ireland, page 2

Ireland’s Castles and Manor homes all seem to contain spectactular gardens. The considerable wealth and positions of importance, which the owners of these gardens possessed and wanted to illustrate is easily seen, but only if you enter the gardens and interact with the spaces can you experience these gardens’ special goal. The gardens were also …

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