Cheers for the comment. I hope to head to Scotland soon, I am dying to do that northern railway line! I will try to post on the Celtic discussion soon...a favourite Celtic tale for children..So that means I have to pick one?!?
go n'eiri leat mo chara
Thanks for the comment. Looking forward to seeing you in Dundee too - we will be in the Botanics again - but hopefully it'll be open this time!
It's a shame you won't be here on the 7th June - we're having a family storytelling day.
Greetings! I hope you find Professional Storyteller useful and informative. I sure do! Won't you consider participating in the "Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story" group? We would love to have you! Best wishes. STEVE
Hi Emma! Yes it's certainly a wonderful place... only trouble is it's so far away from everywhere! Still, I wouldn't swop it, especially when the sun sets against the granite walls and the sea is lit up. You can imagine anything. Just got back from a pub telling and what a great feeling, to give people back their own stories!
I saw your comment about Cornwall on Jill's page and am delighted to find a Scottish/Cornish connection. I too love the Arthurian tales, as well as other Celtic tales from down here and beyond, including the old Cornish tales. I agree about teaching storytelling...and children light up with it, don't they?