We are going to start April by closing our British circle. We have already Hubbed about England, Ireland and Wales and this week to finish with the UK we are going to concentrate on Scotland and it's patron saint St. Andrew celebrated on the 30th of November. I have very fond memories of Scotland, for those of you who have never been there, I invite you to discover this beautiful country; and to those of you who live in Scotland or have had the chance to visit, I invite you to share your experiences with the rest of us. As it is a wide topic, please make sure that you categorize your hub correctly according to your chosen subtopic.
Some ideas for a HubMob hub on St. Andrew and Scotland are:
Places to visit in Scotland St. Andrew Scotland's national day St Andrew around the world Scottish history Scottish literature The Scottish influence in American culture Scottish cuisine Scottish traditions The Scottish parliament and politics The Whisky trail Loch Ness monster and other mythical creatures Golfing in Scotland Education and Scottish universities Scottish language Highland games Scottish dances
To join this week's HubMob please follow the steps below like any other week:
1. YOU MUST START YOUR HUB CLICKING THIS LINK. Choose the Answer the Request green button. Choose the MAKE A HUB ABOUT IT option.
2. Choose a relevant title for your Hub to get a good ranking in the search engines.
3. If necessary change the category on your hub to best suit your topic.
It is never too late to join a HubMob. Princessa never closes her question. Even after subsequent HubMob topics have been announced, you can still write on an older HubMob topic. Just make sure you start your hub from the appropriate HubMob link. Then contact me when you’re done and I will see that you get in the roundup hub.
You've all set out really good topics for this HubMob! I'm working on one, but it's hard to write and I'll have it up tomorrow or the next day -- too much to digest in the connections I've found. So, I'll read your Hubs in the meantime. It's another great week for HubMobsters.
Thought I remembered the dances well enough to write about them, then realised I'd actually forgotten most of them. AND the vdeos were a nightmare to find because too many were taken when the cameraman was obviously pissed at some function, I had to watch what seemed like hours of footage and I've gone and used up my monthly Gbs bandwidth allowance, so my internet'll crawl for the next fortnight!!
As a Brit living in the US I was upset that I missed the HubMob on England last week, then when I saw this week's topic was Scotland I just had to share my recipe for Dundee cake. And the cake, I made it myself. Here it is
New topics are announced by Princessa in the forum each Monday, but you can still write hubs on old topics. Princessa never closes the questions. I routinely enter hubs for HubMob topics after the mob has moved on to new topics.
Just click on the appropriate link to start your hub. When you're done, shoot me an email and I'll enter it/them into the roundup.
ummmmm.... I started a hub, then realized I was just repeating what someone else had already done. So I deleted it. Do I need to re-click the "answer" link, or can I just write a new hub once I get a better topic? Thanks.
Hi, For St Andrew's day and everything Scottish, I've just posted my first HubMob hub. Have a look, it is about my journey back to my forefather's home in Scotland. I write about his journey to Australia, then trace my roots back to Inverarity and Brechin in Scotland. I then visit Witchden Road and the baptismal place of the pagans in Glams. Lots of great photographs to look at. You will find me here: http://hubpages.com/hub/A-decedent-returns-to-Scotland
Scottish culture, Scottish history, Scottish traditions, St. Andrew’s Day. Read about Scotland, starting from this index of HubMob hubs (articles) on everything Scottish: The history, culture, and traditions of the Scottish people. Scottish celebrations like St. Andrew’s Day. Famous Scottish people, Scottish castles, Scottish towns, Scottish food.
You know I like what you all have started here. I would like to see this type of HubMob to continue on, however though I'd like to see the challenge focused on other countries and traditions. Countries such as Poland, Russia, China, Hungry, Turkey, Kenya, and so on. I've really enjoyed reading about St. George's festival and England. I'm American. So it is nice to learn about different festivals, and traditions in other countries.
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