Since everyone’s bloody doing it. Clan Surana has resided in the Antivan wetland since the fall of the Dales, and done so in almost complete isolation save from snatching elves who wander into the marshes seeking safety to bring fresh blood into the clan. Clan status: extinct. Notable figures: Leandaros Surana. Various vallaslins presented by Leandaros Surana’s mother, Rho Surana, the bonded of keeper Meliaros surana and the First Hunter (default vallaslin Andruil)
Traditionally worn as follows, though not set in stone aside from Mythal’s and Falon’din’s and Dirthamen’s:
1. Sylaise - worn by the carers and the herb healers 2. Andruil - worn by the headhunters of the clan and sacrificial priests 3. Dirthamen for the auguries, mages who will not be keepers 4. Falon’din for the ones in charge of disposing of the dead, as well as hunters and mages who won’t be keepers 5. Elgar’nan for the hunters and terraformers 6. Mythal for keepers and their heir apparent 7. June for the scarce traders as well as builders and boat builders 8. Ghilan’nain for those responsible for livestock
This famous rope bridge in Ireland connects the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. The original bridge was built over 300 years ago by locals looking to go salmon fishing on the island. Underneath the bridge are some small caves, which were used as homes of boat builders, and as a place to take shelter during storms.
There have been instances of visitors being too scared to face a return trip across the bridge, and a boat having to be called to remove them from the tiny island.
I want to found a viking tribe and go pillage and plunder along europes coast lines, just like in old times. Where to look for like minded peeps and where do I get a boat builder skilled enough to build a fleet?
I don’t know what in the world prompted this ask, but the answer to both questions is probably CostCo.
Bugatti’s $2.2 million yacht has a jacuzzi and fire pit, because being rich means having no shame
Take the Bugatti Chiron, a $2.6 million masterpiece in design and luxury. Only in the world of the super rich would a supercar this fast and this beautiful be an inadequate means of transportation. Two years ago, Bugatti announced that it would produce a series of three luxe boats in collaboration yacht builder Palmer Johnson. Read more
Phone it in again, another in the bank, I’m spoiled by the riches I had a line to remember and I wrote it in the sand Tried to go get it but the tide swooned
We are the lucky ones, we ain’t got it so bad Baby, you go all in, sometimes you win You bet
We are the noise makers, the modern wayfarers Here be no guts, no glory There be no guts, no glory Tell me why’d I wait so long to break these chains around me
We share without knowing, screams soaring in every direction We sweat like boat builders and marvel at our work, Smiling at the imperfections
We are the lucky ones, we ain’t got it so bad Baby, you go all in, sometimes you win We will get up to get down Keep the faith, sing loud
We are the noise makers, the modern wayfarers Here be no guts, no glory There be no guts, no glory Tell me why’d I wait so long to break these chains around me Why’d I wait so long to break these chains
Give them our regards out there Tell them we’ll be back again New Bedford, bury me somewhere near you
Smiling at the imperfections as they disappear over the horizon
From Rain City to Gainesville we ran Then back to Melville again With whiskey-soaked tales, half-forgotten Still in the bottle at the bottom
Tell me why’d I wait so long to break these chains around me Why’d I wait so long to take the reins of my life Why’d I wait so long to break these chains Why’d I wait so long to take the reins
We are the noise makers, the modern wayfarers Here be no guts, no glory There be no guts, no glory here
I’ve been guilty, I know it, believe me I admit, I’ve been bored, I’ve been lazy Down and out on Cherokee Street Give our regards to them ‘til we return again New Bedford, bury me somewhere near you
1938 – Disney’s Mickey Mouse cartoon Boat Builders is released. It features Walt Disney’s voice as Mickey
1965 – Disney’s Mary Poppins is nominated for 13 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actress in a Leading Role, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, Best Sound, Best Film Editing, Best Music (and score), Best Music & Original Song “Chim ChimCher-ee”, Best Costume Design, Best Effects
1999 – Disney’s Mulan wins Best Children’s Movie at the 22nd Annual International Angel Awards
2007 – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest wins an Oscar for Best Achievement in Visual Effects at the 79th Annual Academy Awards