With everything greening up around here – a few 70 degree days will do that – and St. Patrick’s Day coming up on Saturday, I’m in the mood for making some mischief and finding some money.
“The leprechaun Irish fairy watch camera is in a hidden location in a field overlooking a fairy ring in Tipperary, Ireland. In a dip in the Glen of Cloongallon, Ballyseanrath lies the fairy ring itself. It and its fairy inhabitants are shielded by trees ranged around the perimeter, mainly chestnut, with one magnificent oak over 600 years old. Over the years it provided leprechauns with acorns for their pipes and other Irish fairies with shelter. The tree is protected by an Irish fairy known as a skeaghshee or tree spirit. The camera is concealed in a cavity in its trunk, and a branch supports an antenna! If you see anything please help us by reporting your sighting! You can also click here to read other sightings reported.”
Although I love this lead in and the design of The Leprechaun Watch site, so far I haven’t seen any leprechauns in the midst of the lush green Irish countryside. Maybe I should pull out all the leprechaun traps we made for school projects and see if they still work.
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