glengarry bonnet love

glengarry bonnet

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  • Hmm. Maybe I'll add it to my 652-title reading list. ;-)

    November 24, 2007

  • 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.

    November 24, 2007

  • No! Never read Outlander. I presume you'd recommend it, yes? I wouldn't mind visiting Scotland again; that's for sure. :-)

    November 24, 2007

  • 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. ;-)

    November 22, 2007

  • 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?

    November 22, 2007

  • Well, okay. There is the weather....

    Have you seen any ghosts?

    November 22, 2007

  • 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.

    November 22, 2007

  • Lucky you, bilby! Scotland is lovely. :-)

    November 22, 2007

  • 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.

    November 22, 2007

  • See also glengarry.

    November 22, 2007

  • A wool cap invented by Alasdair MacDonell of Glengarry. Still worn by Highland regiments.

    November 22, 2007