The Last Viking Returns

Keeping the Viking Vibe Alive with Regional Kids

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My brother Bruce celebrated his birthday this weekend  by staging a Viking hell- raising  on Dunsborough, an unsuspecting town on  the south west coast of Australia.

Being a big Viking softy though, he donated the proceeds of his Viking party to REGIONAL  KIDS,  a charity for communities and families living in regional Western Australia with children suffering from serious childhood diseases.

If you have any spare plunder you too might want to check out http://www.regionalkids.org.au/

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Author: normanjorgensen

I'm an Australian writer of books for kids and teenagers. I like traveling and seeing the world, especially through the the lens of my camera. I'm addicted to old movies, red wine and books and decent music.

2 thoughts on “Keeping the Viking Vibe Alive with Regional Kids

  1. Love the idea of a Viking party. I wonder if they’d let us add dragon heads to the bows of a couple of our eights, so that the boys could row up and down Aquinas Bay in Viking kit.

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