Re: [Revlist] Re: Belted Plaid Question
Your trip to Scotland sounds wonderful, did you hit the military museum
in Edinburgh Castle whilst you were there?
And by the way, feile-breacan schmeile-breacan, welcome to Cross-Dressers
Anonymous!! Admission is the first step on the road to recovery.
John (A recovering Feile-breacan wearer)
> But I don't! I wear the feile-breacan (belted plaid for theJohn Johnston
> sassenachs on the list). I have some more of the same fabric from
> which I may make a feile-beag (short plaid), but I haven't done so
42d. Grenr. Compy.
"There is a fine line between hobby and mental illness." Dave Barry
> Your trip to Scotland sounds wonderful, did you hit the militaryBeen there before but not this trip. Spent most of my spare time
> museum in Edinburgh Castle whilst you were there?
(it was a business trip, after all) around Stirling. Went to
Stirlig Castle, which is undergoing some excellent restoration &
preservation; climbed the Wallace Memorial and got a couple of bad
pix of The Sword; got some serious vertigo when I finally reached
the top but did get some pretty good sunset pix of the bend in the
river where the battle took place. Did NOT take a picture of the
statue of Mel Gibson as Wallace that somebody carved and donated -
it was pretty bad. He's holding a targe that has "BRAVEHEART"
written on it and he's got his mouth open, presumably
yelling "Freedom!" but it looks more like he's beeing goosed.
> And by the way, feile-breacan schmeile-breacan, welcome to Cross-Cross-dressers indeed! Call it plaid, kilt, or feile-whatever,
> Dressers Anonymous!! Admission is the first step on the road to
there is no more manly garb.