52 Mailbag – AUDIO

Episode Guide – Podcast #52 Mailbag

Corey has returned from Ireland and he’s sharing some of your comments and feedback. CLICK THE PLAY BUTTON below to listen.

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Show Notes

00:00 Intro

00:59 TravelBlog Milwaukee Irish Fest, August 14, 15, 16 & 17, 2008 www.irishfest.com

01:52 Photo Albums

02:00 Corey visited 27 of Ireland’s 36 counties this summer.

02:49 Listener/reader emails

03:00 Fred who is stationed in Harat, Afghanistan

04:00 Thanks to Robert and Matthew for clicking the Contribute button

05:04 Tracey & Karen make some music suggestions

06:06 The Celtic Classic in Bethlahem, PA, Sept 26, 27 & 28, 2008 www.CelticFest.org

06:30 Kelly’s question

07:09 Nancy’s feedback on the Silvermines Mountain Hike

08:08 James Burke Carlow Garden Trail – James’ photo of Huntington Castle, County Carlow

08:48 Theresa writes in about Posh Day, Gresham Hotel and www.TripAdvisor.com

10:40 Heritage Island Competition – Trinity College Dublin have generously donated a prize of 4 admission tickets to the Old Library and the Book of Kells exhibition and 4 Trinity College Library sweatshirts.

To be in with a chance to win this great prize simply answer the following question: In what century was the Book of Kells given to Trinity College? A) 19th Century B) 18th Century C) 17th Century

Please send your answers and contact details to competition@heritageisland.com.
Competiton closes on the 11th of July.

For more information on Trinity College and to purchase a wide range of books, souvenirs and clothing associated with the Book of Kells please visit www.tcd.ie/Library/Shop/

Music for this episode:
Plastic Soul
Gray Young
Mike Hanrahan

Author: Corey

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  1. I just entered the contest and signed up for the newsletter at http://www.heritageisland.com/

    I guess it worked – They got another subscriber and I got a miniscule chance of winning something 🙂

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  2. corey says…

    Good luck in the contest. Someone’s got to win it.

    I think I might have to do some research to find out the right date myself.

    Post a Reply
  3. I’ve enjoyed your podcasts for sometime, but have to say, I love the song at the end of this one..
    Great job!

    I’ve saved this one particular podcast for that song alone.

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