Anchored and Holding Fast

Musings and delights of a mountain-dwelling, ocean-loving, motorcycle-riding, hopeful Chief-of-sinners; a husband, father, brother, son. worshipper of the Three-In-One. I have been the betrayed, and I have been the betrayer.

"If God sends you down a stony path may He give you strong shoes."
~ Irish Proverb

Do you even Churchwarden, bro?!

lovedly said: Saw your post about a night run through the forest- aren't you worried about running into wild animals or something?

That’s all part of the fun of the adventure! :)

Night run through the forest: glorious!

bonitavista:

Rock of Dunamase, Ireland
photo via amy

bonitavista:

Rock of Dunamase, Ireland

photo via amy

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wildemoonleather:

I made my first real attempt at hand stitching today and I am very happy with my results.  I made two wallets.  The first was with white stitching and the much improved second with brown stitching.

These will be going into the store very soon, just in time for Christmas in fact.

Hand Stitched : Wilde-Moon Leather

(Source: iannorrisdaily)

14 Photos That Prove Real Men Wear Kilts

theupdraftkiltcompany:

This pretty much speaks for itself….

irisharchaeology:

Dún Ailinne, Co. Kildare (image Bing maps) This large hilltop enclosure is associated with the Kings of Leinster. Approximately 13 hectares in size, the monument is defined by a deep ditch which lies inside an outer bank. This layout is impractical from a defensive point of view and suggests that the site was ceremonial in nature rather than a fort. Some archaeological excavations have taken place inside the enclosure and these revealed the presence of a number of large timber-built circular structures, as well as extensive evidence for feasting activities (more info). According to radiocarbon analysis the majority of this activity occurred in the Iron Age.

irisharchaeology:

Dún Ailinne, Co. Kildare (image Bing maps) This large hilltop enclosure is associated with the Kings of Leinster. Approximately 13 hectares in size, the monument is defined by a deep ditch which lies inside an outer bank. This layout is impractical from a defensive point of view and suggests that the site was ceremonial in nature rather than a fort. Some archaeological excavations have taken place inside the enclosure and these revealed the presence of a number of large timber-built circular structures, as well as extensive evidence for feasting activities (more info). According to radiocarbon analysis the majority of this activity occurred in the Iron Age.