Friday, 29 May 2015
A rather familiar tale of three Fantastic Beasts and where to find them, a Knight and no Wolf or Fox whatsoever
This is a story of three Fantastic Beasts and where to find them, but it is also a very familiar tale from the world of fairy tales about making the correct choice when you are considering a self build home.
Once upon a time there were three Dragons, an English Dragon, a Scottish Dragon and a Welsh Dragon. Each of the three dragons made themselves a home from the materials around them. The first dragon (the English Dragon) made a rather nice house in the Home Counties out of straw bails with a nice thatched roof and everyone said how very eco.
The second dragon (The Scottish Dragon) made his house out of logs from the pine forests of
with wooden shingle tiles which was a rather grand affair to look at and everyone
said OOOOOoooooo we do like a nice log
cabin in the forest. Scotland
The third and smallest dragon (the Welsh Dragon) was called Blodwyn and lived in a cave near Llantisilly for reasons only known to a small group of railway enthusiasts. Folk would look in the cave and go AH it’s a cave made of rock . . . Its mmmm very nice and cave like. . .
Well all was fine until one day the Big Bad Knight decided that he would go hunting for Dragons. The Big Bad Knight was called George and he set off from his castle in
to hunt for these Fantastic Beasts,
but there were not many dragons left to hunt as folk tended to persecute them
just because they breathed fire at folk.
. . . A bit. London
Well the first dragon he came too was the English Dragon he shouted at the dragon you better come out or I’ll huff and puff and knock your house down. The English Dragon peered out of his window and saw George the Knight and laughed at him. Well when dragons laugh they tend to breath fire all over the place and before you could say OOooooo what big eyes you’ve got (George the Knight had very big eyes) The straw house had burnt to the ground. The English Dragon thought DAMN and headed off to
to see his mate the Scottish Dragon. Scotland
A few days after the English Dragon had arrived at the home of the Scottish Dragon there was a loud knocking at the door, it was George the Big Bad Knight who shouted at the dragons you better come out or I’ll huff and puff and knock your house down. The two dragons looked at each other and burst into laughter and before you could say Oooooooo what big CHAIN-MAIL you have grandma MA the house had burnt to the ground. The English and Scottish Dragons thought DAMN and headed off to Llantisilly in
Blodwyn the Welsh Dragon. Wales
Well it was a bit of a shock having to live in a cave for the English and Scottish dragons, but before they could suggest building a nice house a voice could be heard outside the entrance to the cave. you better come out or I’ll huff and puff and knock your house down. Ah DAMN it’s a cave. . . . . . ok then i am coming in to get you. . . Well George the Big Bad Knight marched into the cave holding his sword aloft, where he thought to himself damn its very dark in here so he shouted out to his man servant Has anyone got a light . . . . Well that was a silly thing to say within hearing distance of three dragons because before you could say . . . Ooooo what big ears you’ve got (George the Knight had very big ears), the cave was full of flames and hotter that the tandoori oven in the local Llantisilly Indian Restaurant.
Well George ran off back to
he told everyone he had killed all the dragons and everyone cheered, and
sniggered about the size of his ears. The Three dragons live happily in Llantisilly
(in a cave) watching the trains on the Merioneth and Llantisilly railway. Folk
like dragons so no one chases them. And everyone lived happily ever after. Wales
OOOOOoooo yes every now and again the Scottish dragon likes to go for a swim back in Scotland for old time’s sake in Loch Ness, but Blodwyn and the English dragon are not keen on water so stay in Wales.