Will Durst: Frolicking in the orange and black – Baxter Bulletin
Will Durst: Frolicking in the orange and black
Baxter Bulletin
Supposedly, Celtic pagans (or is it pagan Celtics) originated the merrymaking way back in the B.C.s with something called Samhain, a harvest festival halfway between the autumnal equinox and the Winter Solstice. Designed as a blowout before the onset
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