Traprain Law

There’s a fantastic lay-by on the A199 as it passes north of Traprain Law. You can sit there and simply gaze across at this hill and watch the fluffy white magic clouds floating overhead – knowing there are dragons flying behind them!

Traprain Law from the north

Traprain Law from the north

And if you walk round the other side, you can see the place where Flick fell. If she hadn’t fallen just then, who knows whether Morris would ever have met up with the dragons?

Traprain Law – the place where Flick fell

Traprain Law – the place where Flick fell

2 responses to “Traprain Law

  1. I’ve just discovered that your books exist and am very excited!!I live in Musselburgh, walk up Traprain Law often and have recently rediscovered my interest in dragons. I would love to know more about why you chose this area and it’s dragon-related history.My daughter’s only 5 but I think I’ll be reading the books to my Primary 4 class

  2. Welcome as a dragonfriend! Delighted you’ve found us. If you need any copies you may still find some – probably going cheap! – at Kinnaird Park Borders, or you can order via amazon marketplace and we’ll sign them.
    If you browse the blog and the links to our interviews, you’ll find all sorts of info about why we chose East Lothian and the things in the books – and one of us will also do class sessions quite happily! Let us know. And thanks for dropping by.

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