Re: Summer Solstice, spread the culture.
How do, Trow, and glad to see you out and about digitally as always. I recall finding maybe a three-penny bit in my grandfather's garden 'helping' to dig when I was a boy. One side of the coin had a hare on it which I always remember and I also recall being a bit sad when the decimal coinage in Ireland from the Irish pound to the punt coinage didn't have any hare featured on any of the coins as far as I know.
When I'm at my sister's place in Ireland which is nicely out in the country for a visit I always get up very early-at dawn just to sit and watch the hares out on the long lawn at the back of the house shepherding the little-uns on the hunt for sweet shoots.
They are a great animal to watch and it is gas watching the adolescents training for the boxing
Think National. Act Local. Oh- and superstition is just the dark matter of human history.