|******We have pulled everything for now except our hound and horse sections and my list of workshops
which I plan to start the end of this year or beginning of next. .
Plans to renovate and put the site up but if it happens it will be
awhile. If you want to read Saigh Kym Lambert's writing, then go to Air
n-Aithesc. or ask me about purchasing copies of those I have on PDF. Right now my primary concern is in trying to raise money for Chemo for Gráinne .....you can get vouchers for the above mentioned workshops.**************
The Beasts of Dùn Sgàthan now have a Facebook page
the virtual kennel where you can meet our Divinely Mad Ritual Dog Gleann and Greyhound Gráinne and the
late great Irony, Bran, Scolaighe, Cù Mór, Òrlaith and Sachairi. They, of
course, do expect to be visited. Why would you be
than to see
them? There is also some writing on why to adopt a Greyhound, Celtic
Sighthounds and dogs in ritual. We also now have a cat, Meadhran, but
he doesn't care if you visit or not as he does not like
strangers. BTW, this website essentially started out as a site for our first hound, Irony!
On the Shieling
is our section on our horses, where you can meet Saorsa our PMU foal
(now grown) and Misty our Morgan/QH mare as well as our Minis, Cimmeron
and Iceman, and goat, Elína; as well as our missed Minis Topper and
Willow and goat Randvér.
You can also read about our beloved rescued horse Saoradh (sadly lost
in March of '07 just
over a month from his 33rd birthday), and hear about his journey from
starvation to health and from emotional cripple to a happy riding
partner through Natural Horsemanship. Articles on Celtic horses and PMU
well as a page for Saigh's past horses too.
Saigh also runs The Sarah Connor Charm School for
feminist fans of Linda Hamilton's character in Terminator and Terminator
If you wish to contact us, you can find our address here.
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