lots of great ideas
Visiting Viking Attractions: An Idea Swap, ‘First Draft’.
(Book mark it or save the URL now for you will want to come back and back.)
So, here I am back in Blighty. Bit of a rest-stop before it all starts again.
This isn’t a travelogue,
The journey there by Christof
I have a feel for something a little more intellectual; an idea swap. There are ‘transferable models’ out there and we are the experiencees.
I have called this the ‘first draft’ because I just know you all have ideas to share.
When I say all, I mean Viking related peeps; if you are coming from other directions or none Viking ‘attractions’ OK well we would like to chat with you too you poor little things.
Think of this as a Birth-Product for we know there are ticket buyers out there and we want them in – and besides, gosh…
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I was inspired to remodel this old tale and soon as I thought of it I got it down, it might be a bit scary so listen to it without kids first).
Old Land – Modelled on a ninth century Irish Ode
Georg and the Dragon – a rework of an old tale with my chiftain’s name replacing the original character, (I dreamed this).
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The Walls of Asgard
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I reworked the story of Saint George (in a dream) and now it is about our chieftain at Njardarheimr in Viking Valley in Gudvangen, Norway.
It was for a dragon themed presentation in our Viking town here at Gudvangen for influencers, journalists and bloggers who were celebration the launch of the new televison series of How To Train Your Dragon – Hidden World