Tuesday, April 20, 2010

This is a historical marker on the lawn of the court house.
This is the wee bull named Shamus whose Mother we were told was named Fiona. He was a three month old Scottish bull.

The previous five photos are of the Scottish Clans getting ready for the festival. I saw not a smile until I saw the lass with the bull. Serious bunch of folks. Maybe they were all smiling when the music and festival began. Had to get home so could not stick around.

Back of the court house. The photos before and after are the stores and streets around the square.

We parked in front of this area and began our walk around the Court House.
The kitty justice is it was a beautiful way to start our day.


Jerri said...

Shamus certainly looks happy munching on that hay. You took wonderful pictures.........


Lee said...

It's serious business wearing a kilt, Lady Di!!!!!!

I love that little bull...he raised a smile on my face, too.

Lady Di Tn said...

Thanks. He was a darling little fellow. The lady let me pet him. I was the only one who wanted to touch at that moment. Peace

You always make me lol. I guess if I were a guy a kilt would be serious business too. I would have taken that little bull home with me if they had turned their back. can/t you just see me in the back of a pick up truck holding onto this furry little creature. Peace

Small City Scenes said...

Let's hope the lads and lasses learn to smile when the music starts. Good post. MB

Lady Di Tn said...

They probably grinning from ear to ear by then. Peace