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It's a lovely part of the world Euan. I've spent several holidays up in the Highlands and quite a few working trips to Dundee before I retired.
I'll put the next SFTW image up tomorrow (Friday)
When things open up a bit more, you should reacquaint yourself 🙂
My mom's ancestors came to America from Scotland! Our family history book is bound in the Buchanan plaid because the McMasters (Mom's maiden name, and McMaster is my daughter's middle name) are a subgroup of clan Buchanan. They came to avoid ending up like William Wallace. I've never been there but have always wanted to go.
that does look nice and warm Leslie
I can tell you from experience that 8yds of plaid wrapped round you legs is warm !!
I'm guessing that you'd need to keep your legs warm when you Jocks wear nothing under your kilts. 😉
It's question often asked.
I've been asked many times while in America:
"Gee you're Scotch, tell me, is there anything worn under the kilt?"
In my case, the answer is no
It's all in perfect working order 😉
Hopefully soon when we can all travel safely again 🙂