i just wanted to drop a quick note and greet you all. i was looking around the 'net for celtic radio stations so, here i am listening to this good music and exploring this fine site i live in the appalachian mts of western north carolina - lots of celtic heritage in these parts and a great brew pub to see some excellent bands. but, alas, no good celtic radio station. i'm glad i found this one.
every time i see an adult on a bicycle, i have hope for humanity.
Croeso anhrefn, byddwch chi ddim yn ffeindio anhrefn yma, gobeithio. Mwynhewch yr wefan hon!
Welais eich enw Cymraeg, os ydych yn medru siarad Cymraeg neu ei dysgu, a fyddwch chi'n ymuno a^ ni ar y byrddau Cymraeg? Fydden ni'n croesawu aelod newydd yna yn fwrdfrydig! Mae gyda ni bedwar defnyddiwyr yn rheolaidd yn unig yna.
Yr hen Gymraeg i mi, Hon ydyw iaith teimladau, Ac adlais i guriadau Fy nghalon ydyw hi --- Mynyddog
Yeah what he said. haha! I started to learn how to speak gaelic but I ran out of the free time and drive.
Anyway, welcome to the joint. It is a blast to be here. You're going to enjoy your stay no matter how long or short. Preferrably long of course. Enjoy the music.
There's a dear little plant that grows in our Isle Twas St . Patrick himself, sure, that set it; And the sun of his labour with pleasure did smile, And with dew from his eye often wet it. It grows through the bog, through the brake, through the Mireland, and they call it the dear little shamrock of Ireland.
Hi all . My great great grandparents came from Ireland and settled in Ga. USA. I have all ways listened to celtic music. My wife on the other hand does not enjoy it as much as I do. I enjoy listen to this station while I am at work. In the Emergency Services it helps me to unwind.
Welcome to you as well, emt 460! I hope you grow to love this place as much as I have! Lots of great music to listen to here as well as some of the nicest people to be found anywhere on the net! So dive on in. The water is just right!
Well...welcome to both of you emt640 and anhrefn!! This is a really wonderful place to listen to your favorite Celtic artists, find new artists & you can post on the mb & meet some great people too! We are a friendly bunch (as you've noted from the 'do you have red hair' question) and I am sure you'll have a great time when you visit!
Hi again! I was just wondering... Do you have a Public Radio station near where you live? If so, you might want to find out what their programming schedule is. Where I live, every Sunday afternon from 3pm to 4pm, our local station plays a program called Thistle and Shamrock, an excellent Celtic music program, hosted by a Scottish woman named Fiona Ritchie. I could just sit and listen to her voice all day! But the music she plays is excellent indeed! You should check into it.