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Here am I on my road to Duror on the job ye ken; and here is a young lad starts up out of the bracken, and speers if I am on the way to Aucharn.
And at the same speed, but now with infinitely more precaution, we traced back again across the mountain-side by the same way that we had come, only perhaps higher; till at last Alan threw himself down in the upper wood of Lettermore, where I had found him at the first, and lay, with his face in the bracken, panting like a dog.
His owner, Jonathon Lamb, was left fearing the worst as Bracken, a cross between a greyhound, bearded collie and border collie, spent around a week receiving round-the-clock care.
GUY BRACKEN is already the World Masters over-55 1,500m and 3,000m indoor champion and now he is breaking world records.
And one of the latest additions to the team is six-month-old Bracken.
Address : Block 4, Bracken Business Park, Bracken Road, Sand Co.
John Bracken Highway has been designated the official name of a 195-kilometre section of PTH 10 from the International Peace Garden north to Riding Mountain National Park, to honour the longest-serving premier in Manitoba history.
TALKS are continuing over the potential siting of a PS20m bioethanol plant in Gwynedd that would process bracken harvested from Welsh hillsides.
She had been taken in by the RSPCA with her brother Bracken in the summer of 2014.
THIS is Bracken the dog who has made a miraculous recovery after getting trapped in a six-inch gap between a shed and a wall.
I've loved history my whole life," Bracken says during a call from her Virginia home, but for a long time she had "an idealistic view of time travel.
Police commissioner Mr Roddick said it was a medical judgement to give Richard Bracken an hour's unescorted leave from Bryn y Neuadd Hospital, in Llanfairfechan, in North Wales.