The Flower of Scotland for SCML Sandy

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trikermike on August 7, 2009

Sandy ?

Now there's a guid Scots moniker!

Glad you liked my version of the true-ish historical tale, call again, have a cuppa while you wander around!, choccy bikkies on the kitchen table!

Take care!

Mike

scml on August 7, 2009

To go with a good scottish surname to Trikermike...ancestors from the Highlands around Loch Broom on one side and from Paisley on the other...you could say it in my blood ;)

Will definately have a cuppa and choccy bikkies..oh yeah...my favourites Ha ha...

See ya from Sandy ;)

trikermike on August 7, 2009

BVgger Me!, I spent many years holidayong on Loch Broom at Rhiroy, Mum liked it there too, so much so that her last wish was to rest there, her ashes are scattered along the Spouth shore where she can gaze over the Loch.

HEREare the bungalows,we stayed in No.1 each time, Cathie & Willie Matheson really took to Mum and us, like a family! Much drink , food and laughter was enjoyed over many years before Willie sadly passed in the late 1990's

It is a gorgeous part of the country thyat I visited a lot for many years!

I have a call on Skype now, so can I catch up later?

Bye 4 noo!

Mike

scml on August 7, 2009

Hi Mike...as they say...its a small world...

My family lived at Leckmelm and my 2nd Grt Grandfather, his wife and their 1 year old son, (my Grt Grandfather) came out to Australia in 1859 on board the Commodore Perry...no doubt there will be plenty of relations to me there, as there were 9 siblings that I know of... but I don't have any contact with any of them...

Rhiroy is just across from Leckmelm...though I believe it is mainly just a big planted forest now...back then it was a main house owned by the McKenzies I think, cottages etc...my Gt Gt Grandad trained as a blacksmith there...Do you have any photos of there that you could put up for me to see ???

In the next few years I hope to get over there and walk the shores of Loch Broom...or better still...kayak down it...would be a great feeling to see with my own eyes where they came from...and not just on Google Earth...as fantastic as that is :)

Would love to hear any stories you can tell me....

All the best from Sandy ;)

trikermike on August 8, 2009

I've unearthed THIS but still looking for photos Sandy perhaps your ancestors were blacksmithying for the battle!

trikermike on August 8, 2009

To the Flower of Scotland

Bonnie Wee Lassie

I give you thanks and a wee gift for cluttering your photo with my chatter to a long left Mc something down-under!

Hope yer gaan aareet, canny wee lassie!

Mike

scml on August 8, 2009

:)

It is a good looking flag ;) and thanks for the info on the Leckmelm battle...I didn't know about that one....I only have traced my family back to just before the 1700's and can't find any more documentation for then...but it is a good run I think...though still at it of course :)

Sandy ;)

Ria Maat on August 9, 2009

What a perfect picture this is!! Really gorgeous!

I'm nicely surprised to see so many very good photos in your album Amelia! My compliments!

Greetings from Ria

Amelia Royan on August 9, 2009

Hi Ria, I'm so pleased you like the Flower of Scotland! This one was a real beauty, but very thorny. I must also thank you so much for your great compliments to my album in general, your comment has made my day ;-)

Groeten van Amelia

trikermike on August 9, 2009

Amelia

May I take this oportunity to apologise for hogging this picture while conversing with an Ozzie!

I left a few messages in among the chatter for you, but you must have been very busy as I have not detected an answer yet!

Hope yer weel!

Take Care!

Mike

Amelia Royan on August 9, 2009

We're just a wee bit busy at the moment - James (our newest wee grandson) is here and had an operation on Monday He is just fine now considering, but likes to have lots of attention etc. and who am I to refuse?

You can all chatter as much as you like Bonnie Lad and Sandy, it's great that you are both so keen on finding Scottish roots :))))

trikermike on August 10, 2009

Thanks Bonnie wee Lassie but I still need tae appleologise, it's jeat whit a true gentleman diz!!

My best wishes tae the wean fer a speedy recovery, ye just enjoy the fuss ye give him!

Mike

Persian lens on August 29, 2009

nice flower!

we have this flower in the mountains of our country specially in Filband!

Greeting from Iran 2 U.

:)

GHISLAIN BONNEAU on October 14, 2009

Very, very nice macro, Amelia and nice composition.......Greetings from CANADA.

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  • Uploaded on July 20, 2009
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    by Amelia Royan
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D40
    • Taken on 2009/07/17 10:34:22
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