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reesetee commented on the word glengarry bonnet
Hmm. Maybe I'll add it to my 652-title reading list. ;-)
November 24, 2007
chained_bear commented on the word glengarry bonnet
I don't know if you'd like it or not, but there's a scene early on in the book in which a Scottish ghost makes a memorable appearance.
No! Never read Outlander. I presume you'd recommend it, yes? I wouldn't mind visiting Scotland again; that's for sure. :-)
REALLY, reesetee? Do tell! Have you read Outlander by any chance?
November 22, 2007
Never did a ghost tour there, but I did think I saw an actual ghost in Edinburgh. Could have been all the advertising. ;-)
bilby commented on the word glengarry bonnet
Did the hokey ghost tour in Edinburgh. Might have a short story about it on my blog soon. And Macbeth's castle is about 200 metres away so perhaps Banquo will come a-visiting?
Well, okay. There is the weather....Have you seen any ghosts?
It rains. Once you get used to the idea that air is naturally wet, cold and moves sideways, it's fine.Heard a man say "Och, aye!" (twice) in the supermarket yesterday and I really knew I had arrived.
Lucky you, bilby! Scotland is lovely. :-)
Indeed John. There's a kilt shop just down the road - I'm living in Scotland for a wee while - and I noticed that in the shop they refer to them as glengarry bonnets rather than glengarries. Probably the usage differs from region to region.
john commented on the word glengarry bonnet
See also glengarry.
A wool cap invented by Alasdair MacDonell of Glengarry. Still worn by Highland regiments.