Search Results: 'brompton'

Search

×
×
×
×
7 results for "brompton"
The Kiwi Calendar By Russ Roca
Calendar: $22.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
Images from a three month adventure in New Zealand with folding bicycles. Against all conventional wisdom we brought Brompton bikes with us and tackled the NZ's rugged terrain and steep hills with... More > only 6 gears and 16 inch tires.< Less
2012 Big Adventure Small Wheels By Russ Roca
Calendar: List Price: $24.99 $18.74 | You Save: 25%
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
Our latest calendar with images from our Big Adventure, Small Wheels trip with the Bromptons. Support our journey and buy a calendar and have something pretty to hang up on the wall. It's a win-win... More > :)< Less
One Man's Wilderness By Mark Smith
Paperback: $20.66
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
In 1999, Joshua, the author's second child, was born with a missing left coronary artery. 10 months later, Joshua tragically died. This is the true story of how one man battled through the grieving... More > process through poetry.< Less
One Man's Wilderness By Mark Smith
eBook (PDF): $7.82
Download immediately.
(1 Ratings)
In 1999, Joshua, the author's second child, was born with a missing left coronary artery. 10 months later, Joshua tragically died. This is the true story of how one man battled through the grieving... More > process through poetry.< Less
Silent Cities Volume Three By Jeane Trend-Hill
Paperback: $34.31
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
Silent Cities Volume Three, continuing the journey through the cemeteries of London - Kensal Green, Brompton etc as well as Pere Lachaise, Montmarte, Passy, Montparnasse in Paris. Showing a wide... More > selection of different types of memorial, angels and the architecture of eternity.< Less
The Last Constantin By Alydia Rackham
Paperback: List Price: $20.18 $14.13 | You Save: 30%
Ships in 3-5 business days
Young Quinn Campbell’s greatest worries are pleasing his doting uncle, placating his fussy aunt, and doing his best to keep the quiet, brooding Agatha—a ward to his family and his best... More > friend—happy and safe. But Quinn’s active London life is suddenly spun sideways by a chance encounter with a shadowy figure in Brompton Cemetery. With the speed of a gunshot, Quinn and Agatha are kidnapped. So begins a treacherous and bone-chilling journey through the darkest parts of 1800’s Europe, led by a tall, eerie and irascible captor whose motives are shady at best, whilst being pursued by factions whose intents may in fact be deadly. And along the way, Quinn might just learn a few secrets about himself—and his traveling companions—that will change him forever.< Less
The Romany Rye By George Borrow
eBook (ePub): $2.99
Download immediately.
The Romany Rye In this work, published in two volumes in 1857, George Borrow continued the "kind of biography in the Robinson Crusoe style" which he had begun in the three volumes of... More > "Lavengro," issued six years earlier. "Romany Rye" is described as a sequel to "Lavengro," and takes up that story with the author and his friend Isopel Berners encamped side by side in the Mumpers' Dingle, whither the gipsies, Mr. and Mrs. Petulengro and their relations, shortly afterwards arrive. The book consists of a succession of episodes, without plot, the sole connecting thread being Borrow's personality as figuring in them. Much of the "Romany Rye" was written at Oulton Broad, where, after his marriage in 1840, Borrow lived until he removed to Hereford Square, Brompton. At Oulton, it is worthy of record, gipsies were allowed to pitch their tents, the author of "Romany Rye" and "Lavengro" mingling freely with them. As a novel, the "Romany Rye" is preferred by many readers to any of Borrow's other works.< Less