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Just because Scotland is a country considered Celtic, does not mean that Scotland’s culture is indicative of a wider Celtic one, nor does it indicate that
I recently traveled to Coventry, from Finland to my Aunt's 80th birthday, needless to say they had to have a piper. Here they are with the piper. My
Two years ago, my friend`s daughter graduated from High School here in Finland. He is a Scot but A. does not have his own tartan and B. does not have a
I have only just seen the photo of Mike in his first Kilt at three years old. My comment is that perhaps we should all wear our traditional Kilts casually
I would like to respond to the Elusive Forbes story. It is believed that I may wear the Forbes Tartan as one of the Tartans associated with one of my
Highland Games are a huge turist attraction In Scotland, but they can also be seen in many other countries around the world. So what can you expect to see at these events?
Is there such a thing as a ladies evening kilt? most traditionalists if not all, would argue that ladies may not wear kilts as they are strictly male attire.
When you visit Scotland kilts are one of the first things you expect to see, and you won't be dissapointed they are not hard to find.