Tag Archives: Bushmills

Traffic Lights and BlackBush Irish Whiskey

  A woman ran a red traffic light and crashed into a man’s car. Both of their cars are demolished but amazingly neither of them was hurt. After they crawled out of their cars, the woman said; “Wow, just look … Continue reading

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A Wee Bit of Irish History

I know I have already explained about Bushmills being the oldest whiskey distiller in the world. I have also made mention of the kissing of the Blarney Stone and Saint Patrick eliminating the snakes.   So thought I should offer … Continue reading

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An Amazing Day For A Six Year Old

I was pleased to read my article in today’s Guardian Newspaper (12th May2015), It appeared as a story under the heading  “History” on page A7 Opinion. The story was almost unchanged from how I had composed it. That was until … Continue reading

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Chapter Twelve

Chapter Twelve The Inveraray Compound   The short trip from Montreal to Charlottetown was a quiet and uneventful flight, arriving in the late afternoon. Adam was waiting for Evelyn at the arrival gate along with half a dozen others. The … Continue reading

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Happy 4th July

Wishing all our wonderful neighbours South of the Border a very happy 4th July. I have always had a fondness for the USA. I feel related because so many of your citizens have a heritage from the grand old country … Continue reading

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A Touch of Blarney (A True Story)

As promised here is my story, its a bit long for a short story, but its Irish and an Irish mile is about three miles long!!! Enjoy my tale and please feel free to tell me if you believe it … Continue reading

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Remembering the War Years

On Tuesday 15th April (Easter)1941 some 200 German planes bombed the city of Belfast for seven hours. The air raid warning sounded at 10.20 pm and the all clear didn’t come until 5.00am the next morning. The city was devastated … Continue reading

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