Grumbieredaag, Oschdre, and Ziegdaag

Three holidays all in one! We’re back with our second episode, which explores the crowded month of March in the Urglaawish year. We look at Grumbieredaag (March 17th), Oschdre (the Vernal Equinox), and Ziegdaag (April 1st), which we’ve adapted from the Deitsch tradition of “Flitting Day”, when tenant farmers would move their families.

For more info on the holidays discussed here, and lore on Der Bariyeharr, and an explanation of Ziegdaag historically: http://deitschmythology.blogspot.com/2015/03/oschdre-where-color-comes-from-origin.html

https://urglaawe.blogspot.com/2019/04/der-ziegdaag.html

The planting has started! Potatoes aren’t terribly easy to photograph, but the baby cabbages are pretty.

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