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Posted: 23-Nov-2005, 08:39 PM
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Thank you for your welcome. I do like the music of the Celtic Nations. Being part of that 44 allows for so much variety it is impossible not to find exactly what you want. That includes Roy Orbison, John Prine etc etc. I like the traditional music and right now my favorite is a relatively new performer Dougie MacClean.

I have been in the USA for a long time but no matter where you plant heather, heather it will be, do not expect it to bear roses. I was a teenager when I left. My mother was a Campbell of Dalgleish, my grandmother was a Gordon, My great grandmother was a Stuart so and and so on. I am sure that most if not all of you already know that clan affiliations are taken from your mother and grandmothers.

My father was born in Scotland but his ancestry was Irish. He was a Fleming which is a sept of the Murray clan.

I have lived in Alaska,Washington, Arizona, Missouri, New Jersey and now in Idaho

Thank you once again for your warm welcome. smile.gif smile.gif
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