My ancestry is partly Scot-Irish, as is the ancestry of many people who live in western North Carolina and the surrounding area.
Our Appalachian heritage derives much of its richness from our ancestors in Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and England.
I've been interested in fairy tales, druids, dragons, Celtic symbols, an other similar topics since childhood.
Tipper Presley lives in western North Carolina and writes a very interesting and entertaining blog called The Blind Pig and The Acorn.
I visit her blog almost every day and enjoy the stories she tells about her daughters, Chitter and Chatter, and her husband, The Deer Hunter.
She comes from a musical family and she loves to cook, so you'll find lots of music and articles about cooking, including recipes.
Tipper also has a group called Blind Pig and The Acorn on Murphy Connections, a social networking site for people interested in Murphy, NC and the nearby surrounding area.
The Big Sandy Heritage Center is located inside the historic C&O Railroad station in downtown Pikeville, Kentucky.
There is a lot of information about Appalachian Culture that can be found in their museum. They have artifacts from Native Americans, the Hatfield-McCoy Feud, the Civil War, and other farming cultures and events.
Recently, I was looking at sites related to Appalachian heritage.
That's when I came across Celtic-Culture.com.
Instantly, I liked the site and spent some time reading it.
I am interested in Celtic culture and I think the owner picked the perfect name for this domain.
There is some very interesting information on this site and I look forward to reading more as the site grows.
If you have any interest in Celtic culture, or know someone who does, I recommend Celtic-Culture.com to you.
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