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Old 03-12-2007, 11:55 AM
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Aye, you joost might 'av a wee bit of trooble getn' past TSA with the "Sgian Dubhs"
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Aye, you joost might 'av a wee bit of trooble getn' past TSA with the "Sgian Dubhs"
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Yep, Caught again, that stays at home also. But I did sail on the Glory with the assistant cruise director WEEEEEE- JIMMY and he loaned me an extra. How he got them on board I'll never know.

For those following this thread a "Sgian Dubhs" is a dagger that is concealed in your hose (Socks). Chef Ken, you are up on your Scottish, do you have Scottish in your heritage. I am a very small portion of Crawford, Motto: Saftey through Strength. Embossed on the Kilt Pin
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Old 03-13-2007, 09:58 AM
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Clan McCoy of greater clan McDonald. Sutherland shire. "Per Mar y Per Teras" By land and by sea!
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Well Well, It all comes out. I'm Clan Lamont,
Ne parcas nec spernas (neither spare nor dispose)
Dunedin Where I live is modeled on Edinburgh, in fact the name Dunedin is Gaelic for Edinburgh. We have a statue to Robbie Burns in the centre of the city in an area named the Octagon.
Just a bit of probably boring information to let others know the Scots are everywhere.
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Old 03-14-2007, 08:43 AM
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I knew there was something special about you Peter.

A book of Robert Burns poetry is never far from my reach. It calms me, of course it might be the whiskey but I can swear I smell peat fires heating distant homes.

Another book that I treasure is, "Diary of an Old Soul" by George MacDonald
 
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