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The Tiny Gold Boat

We loved this tiny boat with its delicate oars. Displayed with the Broighter Collar.
Ireland and England Day 16 & 17

September 23rd 2011
Days 16 and 17 Goodbye to Dublin, Goodbye to Ireland. We have one full day left here on the Emerald Isle: tomorrow we leave for London. We spend most of the day at the wonderful National Museum of Ireland, Archaeology. The Museum is set up on a time line that helps us put into perspective all that we have seen: Newgrange; The Hill of Tara; The Grange Ringfort; The Rathurles/Kennedy Ringfor ... read more
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British Flag Great Britain, the dominant industrial and maritime power of the 19th century, played a leading role in developing parliamentary democracy and in advancing literature and science. At its zenith, the British Empire stretched over one-fourth of the ear... ... read more
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29th January 2013

The Gold Boat Inspired my Business!
Maybe you've already encountered my littlegoldboat on various platforms. It's the internet handle for Gold Boat Journeys: Live. Write. Travel. Explore. In any case, just wanted to add my vote for the gold boat. It's one of the most intricate and inspiring archeological treasures I've ever seen, and the story of how it was discovered just adds to the beauty. Happy sails!

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