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Peats stacked in storage, natural alternative island fuel

Peats stacked in storage, natural alternative island fuel

The Lewis Chessmen, probably made in Norway, about AD 1150-1200. At this period, the Western Isles, where the chessmen were buried, were part of the Kingdom of Norway. It seems likely they were buried on route to be traded in Irland. Maybe the Ship sunk and nobody was left to reclaim them.

The Lewis Chessmen, probably made in Norway, about AD 1150-1200. At this period, the Western Isles, where the chessmen were buried, were part of the Kingdom of Norway. It seems likely they were buried on route to be traded in Irland. Maybe the Ship sunk and nobody was left to reclaim them.

St. Kilda. From "The Far Side of the Sky" by Christopher E. Brennen

St. Kilda. From "The Far Side of the Sky" by Christopher E. Brennen

Return of the fishing boats to Portree harbour, Skye

Return of the fishing boats to Portree harbour, Skye

Entrance to the atrium of building 3, 2003

Entrance to the atrium of building 3, 2003

peat / Marble River's Ephemera: July 2010

peat / Marble River's Ephemera: July 2010

Logs as Storage Put your firewood to work! The folks at Studio St. Paul took firewood storage to the next level by burrowing wooden crates into a generous wood pile, creating a system that is functional in more ways than one.

12 "Different" Ways to Store Firewood

Logs as Storage Put your firewood to work! The folks at Studio St. Paul took firewood storage to the next level by burrowing wooden crates into a generous wood pile, creating a system that is functional in more ways than one.

The north coast of Scotland is deeply indented by a series of sea lochs and river estuaries. The Kyle of Durness and the Kyle of Tongue are two, but the widest and longest is Loch Eriboll. The name comes from the Norse "Eyrr-bol", or "Farm on a beach".

The north coast of Scotland is deeply indented by a series of sea lochs and river estuaries. The Kyle of Durness and the Kyle of Tongue are two, but the widest and longest is Loch Eriboll. The name comes from the Norse "Eyrr-bol", or "Farm on a beach".

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Irish bogs – from a rich past to no future

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