highland games-this one is funny. All Highland coos dress this way when the toorists are away hame.

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Be a your Own JoyMaster. A Crossed Swords Piper leaps for joy at the end of a very successful 2011 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, accompanied by Shetland Pony Mascot, Cruachan III, of The Royal Regiment of Scotland…

HIghlander in the belted plaid. - Belted plaid or the breacan-an-feileadh (pr: BRE-kan an Feelay)  . . . the great kilt, appears to have been the characteristic dress of the Highlander from the late sixteenth century onwards and had probably been worn for quite some time before that over the saffron tunic.

HIghlander in the belted plaid. Authoritative website on historical Scottish wear.

You know you're Scottish

Och Aye they are up there with the likes of Mike Jagger and Guns and Roses and not forgetting Sam the Sham.

Pulling for their Regiment at the Glengarry Highland Games by Jamie in Bytown, via Flickr

The photo captures soldiers of the Lake Superior Scottish Regiment, Canadian Army Reserves, pulling against other teams from the Canadian Army's reserve highland regiments during the Glengarry Highland Games, in Maxville Ontario.

The Scottish Register of Tartans . . . is a national repository of tartan designs. It is an on-line website database facility maintained by the National Records of Scotland, an executive agency of the Scottish Government.     Anyone can register new tartan designs - from members of the public to fashion designers to weavers and kilt makers. You can search the many thousands of existing tartans using the facilities provided. Useful links to Sc...

The Scottish Register of Tartans is a national repository of tartan designs. It is an on-line website database facility maintained by the National Records of Scotland, an executive agency of the Scottish Government. Anyone can register new tartan designs.

Scottish Clans

Grandfather Mountain Highland Games Annual Gathering of the Scottish Clans, Linville,NC

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