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Posted: 02-Dec-2003, 04:56 PM
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Uh....I think the title explained it all, but I'm Bryant and was really amazed to find this. But I really wanted to compete in the highland games but never was tought how to do any of the events so i thought i come here and see if anybody knows anyone in provo or salt lake. Thanks I forgot for a second about identity theft


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Posted: 02-Dec-2003, 05:31 PM
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Sorry, Bryant, but I'm a native of Scotland..... and as a female have no personal knowledge of the events cool.gif

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Posted: 02-Dec-2003, 06:54 PM
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Hey thanks most forums i join make me run of gauntlet of sarcasm. I know they have the games here its just a matter of finding a trainer
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Posted: 03-Dec-2003, 06:08 PM
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Bryant

You can try this website they are the Scottish American Athletic Association (SAAA)

address is below they have a lot of links, if not in your exact area they should be able to assist you in your search, one thing I can offer find an event where they are competing, walk introduce yourself and ask questions, you will find that we are a friendly sort, and start competing first in the lower classes. You will find that you make too many mistakes at first, I know I did, but hang in there.

And for the future may I say Welcome to the Brotherhood of the Hammer.

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  Posted: 03-Dec-2003, 06:16 PM
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Welcome, Celtic Mutt!!! We hope that you find our forums etertaining andf enlightening. A word of advice, though: never give your full name out on the Internet. That is the #1 cause of identity theft.


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