|This the best you could come up with Mom?|
For those of you that have e-mailed me - you'll notice my e-mail also uses "Cafall". I'm embarrassed to admit I am a little bit nerdy and growing up read a lot on King Arthur (which may explain the Friesian horses...) and the Susan Cooper series "The Dark is Rising". Cafall was believed to be the brave and loyal dog belonging to King Arthur. Supposedly in Cefn Carn Cafall (roughly translates to Cafall's Ridge or the Cairn of Cafall), which is a mountainside in Breconshire, you can find the paw print of Cafall left there during King Arthur's hunt after the wild boar. Legend has it that whenever the stone with the print is taking away it mysteriously returns there. In the book by Susan Cooper, Cafall is the dog belonging to Bran Davies, King Arthur's son.
|I'm named after King Arthur's dog? Excellent....|
|...and yes, I'm full of useless trivia! I'm practicing for my run on Jeopardy! BOL! |