Joined 7 years ago from Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
What is there to say about me...I currently hold two degrees. I have an assoiciates in Liberal arts from Berkshire Community College, and a Bacholoars in Anthropology with a concentration in Archaeology from Franklin Pierce University. I work on a project by project basis right now, with UMASS Amherst as a field Tech Archaeologist. I am currently will be applying to the doctorate program here as well come January.
I love history, archaeology, travel, hiking, film, reading, music. So you can expect me to be doing hubs about those things. I am new to hub pages, but figured maybe I could make some extra money down the line. Tips, hints, anyhelp is much appreciated.
Sorry I have not been on in awhile, but as so often happens life got in way. And lots of things happened. Along with a move from the US, to the UK.
3 years ago
This building is truly one of my favorites. A Castle knestled in a small town in Massachusetts. It has been a home and a school. Ghost stories and local legends included. So why not learn a bit more.
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