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Mud, Sweat, and Tears
Transcript of Mud, Sweat, and Tears
A Bear Grylls Autobiography
In the beginning of the book, it talks about Bear's great-grandfather Walter Smiles and how he was in World War I and sought adventure where ever he could.
Grandpa Walters grandfather had been Samuel Smiles, who wrote a book in 1859 called 'Self-Help', that outsold more copies that Charles Darwin's 'The origins of Species'
Grandpa Walters met his soon to be wife, Margret, on a ship sailing from India going back to England.
Not long after they got married, Margret fell pregnant with her child to be, Patricia. She was born in April 1921.
When they returned to Northern Ireland, Grandpa Walter built Margret a house. When they were settled, Walter entered a world of politics and had to leave Margret and his new baby to go to Ulster.
But the day Walter was suppose to leave, a storm was brewing, bringing some of the worst weather the UK has seen in a decade.