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... never forget to be dexterous and deft.
And never mix up your right foot with your left.
And will you succeed?
Yes! You will, indeed!
(98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed.)
KID, YOU'LL MOVE MOUNTAINS!
be your name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray
or Mordecai Ali Van Allen O'Shea,
you're off to Great Places!
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting.
So...get on your way!
Time to get on with the mountian moving ;)
... Japanese tourists standing near us were absolutely amazed and doubled up laughing as we were.
It would be impossible to visit St Andrews and not notice the golf club or visit it for this is the home of golf and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the game’s governing body was founded here in 1754. The British Open is often played here in July – it’s on next year. All the rules of golf are made here still. Its location ...
... by the architecture of the castle and how well it has stood over time (building started in the 1300's). We spent quite a while exploring, before realising that we still don' t have anywhere to stay that night and it was getting late. We find a campsite in our little book of tricks (camping book) which takes us back through Alnwick, to Dunstan Hill. We decide to stay there a couple of nights while we sort out a boat over to Holland. The camp is just a ...
... writer of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Treasure Island. This was located at 17 Heriot Run. Continuing on, Heriot Row became Abercromby Place, which turned into Albany Street, which in turn flowed into Broughton Street.
The coach drove by the home place of Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes mysteries. Unfortunately, the building was no longer standing. Next we headed up Leith Street, and turned at Waterius ? Place. This turned into ...
... Jewels? Incredibly. Opulent, beautiful, royal and glittery. When one of the diamonds is just a tad over 530 carots then you know you are in the company of some serious jewellery that would put anyone's Pandora to shame. Armour and armoury, jewels and jewellery,kings and queens, pomp and pageantry and even the odd chopping block (for heads) - all fascinating. As the days have progressed we have become more proficient at Tube ...