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In Alan's words, "Day Seven was notable for the boiling heat, followed by a huge thunderstorm".
Poor Alan suffered with the weather in the North East of England, as he made his way from Ripon up to DTE Cramlington on one of the hottest days of the year so far (unless you were in Scotland where it was grey, cold and wet...). When Alan …
... Grey College's student led seminar series. I got to see some excellent presentations on Genetic Engineering, the history of Chinese Dragons and the Politics of the Sochi Olympics. The presentation on the Sochi Olympics was especially controversial, as the presenter attempted to portray the Russian perspective on the Olympics and the Ukrainian crisis, which certainly sparked heated discussion.
Last week our Social Secretary Katy organized an awesome ...
... mixed information was floating around. Besides it fit well with the idea of sacrifice that is so central to Christian theology.
Keeping the church theme going we walked across the Palace Green to the Durham Cathedral. That's right, in the Middle Ages the separation of church and state was about the size of an American football field. I had a good time showing dad around the Cathedral, and explaining to him about the Cathedral's holy relic: the bones of ...
... the Woodcock, and traveled from London to Edinburgh. It was withdrawn to be sold as scrap and was saved and preserved by the Canadian Railroad Historical Association.
Sir Nigel Gresley was the chief engineer for the London Northeastern Railway when he designed the A-4 class locomotives. He also designed the A-1 class which included the Flying Scotsman, the first passenger train to travel more than 100 miles an hour.
... or Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) negotiating the creation of a new UN disaster relief department in the 1970's. I got to play the diplomat from the USSR, which as any of you who know me well will know I enjoyed profoundly. We were instructed to stay in character for pretty much the whole day, meaning that even our tea and lunch breaks were spent wheeling and dealing with our fellow "diplomats". Alliances were formed, and broken. Plots were hatched and betrayals planned. Deals ...
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