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    Quote Originally Posted by molach95 View Post
    Sin sibhse, a chàirdean! Mòran taing (many thanks, everyone!) Digger - you're absolutely right, that's great you've had the chance to see an Spideal. It's a really beautiful place, when it's misty or sunny, & there's some great walks around there if you enjoy hiking/hillwalking. Alan - Aye aye, fit like, min? Agus taing Figheadair - that's you in Baile Chraoibh is it? Great to see someone else from Perthshire. A very appropriate name too that, Figheadair; did you know it was also a local Gaelic word for a spider?
    Tha, s'ann Baile Chraoibh a tha mi. And yes, I'm familiar with the local word for a spider although my choice of the sobriquet is a reference to me being a weaver.

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    Welcome from a Scotsman living in the English midlands. Many happy memories of holidays in Perthshire in my youth (and occasionally more recently).

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    Welcome From Colorado

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    Quote Originally Posted by molach95 View Post
    Feasgar math a chàirdean (Hi everyone) from Glenshee, Highland Perthshire. I work as a freelance Scottish Gaelic tutor teaching adults but I also have a keen interest in am breacan uallach (the noble/prideful plaid!) and would like to know more about the wearing of kilts & Highland clothing in general.

    Le dùrachd (with regards)
    Welcome! I lived in Perth and was a brewer at Inveralmond up until 4 years ago.

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    from the Scottish Borders.
    Sorry we don't speak Gaelic down here in the south, but some of us do wear kilts.
    Vice-President and Regional Director for Scotland for Clan Cunningham International, and a Scottish Armiger.

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    Tá fáilte romhat! Cé nach bhfuil Gaeilge na hAlban agam, tá Gaeilge na hÉireann agam! Tá súil agam go mbainfidh tú sult as an Xmarks.


    Quote Originally Posted by molach95 View Post
    Feasgar math a chàirdean (Hi everyone) from Glenshee, Highland Perthshire. I work as a freelance Scottish Gaelic tutor teaching adults but I also have a keen interest in am breacan uallach (the noble/prideful plaid!) and would like to know more about the wearing of kilts & Highland clothing in general.

    Le dùrachd (with regards)

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