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In the highlands of Scotland
Our Christmas we spent
North to our Bothy
In a Red Sleigh we went
Our beds were in cupboards
With a glass ceiling pane
To gaze at the stars
And the sleet, snow and rain
On the morning of Christmas
There were presents galore
Under our branch tree
And our stockings had more
We had Champagne at brunch
Our pancakes to toast
Then 8 hours to cook
Our Christmas Pork Roast
We are staying in Dufftown, Banffshire. The town is between Mortlach and Craighellachie.
There is certainly a Canadian connection. Sir Mount Stephen was born here. He was one of the Scots who funded the CPR giving names to towns across Canada. They were either homesick Scots or didin't have any imagination! ....Interesting facts, Mortlach here is twinned ...
... started as a small jam making business in 1868
run out of the back of a grocery store owned by George Baxter and his wife
turned into a sustaining and flourishing food manufacturing business that
literally serves the world and is appointed purveyor of foods to Royal Houses
around the world. Back on the road we pass through Huntly a small country town
of 4,300 that has stood at this site since the mid 1100s. Formerly called
Milton of Strathbogie, the ...
... And managed to leave his chipper and putter on a tee......
PT and IM had to punch their buggy for a few holes and were eventually rescued by the green keeper who lent him his buggy for the last few holes....
lasting memory of Fraserburgh, was landing on the 6th green from the fifth tee. Actually a whacking 240 yd
sunburn!! In September!!! Yep that's me, must be the fair ...
Marg and Jim Easton live, for the present, in Fraserburgh, Scotland. They returned to their home country two years ago after spending 43 years in Australia, mostly spent at Kuttabul. I had visited the area about 35 years ago when both Jim's and Margaret’s parents were still alive.
We had already rehearsed our invitation for them to stay at our house should they like to take a holiday in Australia to visit their son, Andy. ...