Eleanor’s Journal73: Dunvegan Residents celebrate and honor their ancient heritage

     

 

Eric, Brennie and Svein celebrate the summer solstice

Eric, Brennie and Svein celebrate the summer solstice

        The residents of Dunvegan have taken some time out from their other preparations to honor some of their more ancient traditions and beliefs by celebrating the Summer Solstice. They invite you to join them in their celebration and as a way of continuing their traditions, they will leave the décor the way it is for any future residents to use in their own celebrations!  They are pictured here with one of their prized ancient treasures, the Dunvegan Cup. Though referred to as a cup, it is more the size of an urn or pitcher, which makes the ritual of draining it all in one drink all the more difficult!

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Solstice celebration with ancient artifact of Dunvegan Cup.

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