How do I follow that beautiful video by Jane?
Here goes, anyway. As you can see by the video clip we commenced our first Bardic sharing as soon as we reached the shore of Lough Gill.
and I will post a video of Tony Cuckson here very soon
as he was in top voice on this day.
You can click here and read about Beezie from an earlier blog of here
The island is much more lush compared to our March visit here.
... but I will have to add the videos here later.
Surprisingly, nobody read or recited 'The Fiddler Of Dooney" poem. When I realised this, on thee way home,I kicked myself for not inviting one of the others to do this. This is a 'must do' next year :-)
At the end of this fun and enchanting and nourishing Bards In The Woods, it was a farewell group pic, or two
It was a perfect afternoon for everyone, I am sure. Again, many thanks to Jane for that remarkable video clip of our time together, and many thanks to Bee, Tony, Jan, Blue, and Jane for their wonderful words, songs, and expressions of the best we could ever hear. Thanks to everyone for the generous and tasty picnic contributions, including that intriguing crisps collection provided by Denise, I have not eaten crisps for a long time. Thanks for the entertainment and joy of the dogs that came along.
Looking forward to being back here with Bards In The Woods next year.