SCOTTISH HARDWARE

Robert the Dyas lost Bannockburn

a descendant repelled the English at Culloden

who sold his wares at Scottish fairs

and marketed the sporran. 

 

Stories like this on wild nights

can shiver the balls off a bull,

but Robert the Dyas lighted the fires

that showed the way for all. 

 

His family legacy soldiers on

from tartans to tomorite (now in stock)

his reputation crossing the border

together with bulbs and the wind up clock. 

◄ ANTON KARAS 1906 - 1985

THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR STEALING ►

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raypool

Fri 25th Jun 2021 22:32

Thanks for looking in Jennifer !

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raypool

Wed 16th Jun 2021 22:13

Stephen, I can almost see you now!

Ray

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Stephen Gospage

Wed 16th Jun 2021 10:44

Thanks, Ray. I was in one in St Albans some years ago but was thrown out for refusing to remove my kilt. (OK, I wasn't, but..)

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raypool

Tue 15th Jun 2021 22:44

Quite a compliment Leon ! and thanks too Just a Girl.

Ray

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Leon Kamm

Sat 12th Jun 2021 22:03

Quite mad Ray.

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