The House of Runo does Christmas & Winter

Yes, we do realize that Christmas is not a Gorean holiday.  However, we are earth people living a Gorean life within Second Life and as such we bring our Earth traditions with us.  Therefor the House of Runo does celebrate Christmas and other winter holidays.

So for the past month the whole sim of Caer Cadarn, though technically in the delta, has been transported farther north where we could enjoy the snow and all that came with it! During this time we had skating, cross-country skiing, snowball fights, sleds and everything else you might expect from a winter wonderland!

All the residents of Caer Cadarn, both Free and slave had a great time enjoying the wintry weather and activities.  We also had a secret santa exchange, a formal ball, many dances and just lots of fun as we celebrated all the winter activities and of course, Christmas!

And of course, no celebrations on Caer Cadarn would be complete without a performance by the Horettes- a dance troupe led by Rhiannon and supported by all those who live on the Caer and those who support the Caer.  It was a wonderful performance and preserved for all to see below!

We at Caer Cadarn and The House of Runo hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and we hope for health and prosperity in the coming year!  Thank you for being a part of our 2019 year and we look forward to seeing all of you and your friends in 2020!

Merry Gorean Christmas

The House of Runo wants to wish you all a very Merry Christmas!

Yes, we realize that they didn’t celebrate Christmas on Gor.   However, we are from Earth living a Gorean life whether in Second Life or in Real Life.  And so we wanted to wish all of you who celebrate as we do a Merry Christmas.  To those of you with different traditions we say Happy Holidays.

Goreans loved to celebrate and had many holidays.  So celebrate!  Enjoy!  Live life to the fulness.  That is the Gorean way.

The girls of The House of Runo and Master Gorm Runo all have many traditions which we meld and compromise into wonderful traditions for us all.  Traditions are important.  They keep us together in shared memories.  They allow us to understand where we come from, what we stand for and what is expected of us.  As a Christmas gift we’d like to offer this except from Master Gorm Runo’s “From The Tavern” radio show entitled “In The Tradition of Gor”

Leaving you all with best wishes, a joyous and safe holiday and may all your dreams come true!