Dalwhinnie Voices

Dalwhinnie WC Graffiti
A walk around Dalwhinnie
Belinda MacDonald
Dalwhinnie Voices
Belinda MacDonald

Hard work and fun on the Ben Alder Estate in the 1960s and 70s
Picture added on 20 August 2010 at 09:10
Well done Belinda. Maxine remembers the day of the salmon very well.
Added by Sheila Rogerson (Oswald) on 12 December 2010
Hi Belinda! Sheila was just round to see me and told me about your salmon story! What a laugh we had - and it was perfectly edible once washed and decorated etc. I still have photos.....lovely to see your picture and hear your voice - they were great times we had together at Ben Alder, weren't they? Great hair colour by the way!
Hope you are well - you look just the same. Lots of love, Maxine x
Added by Maxine Clark on 27 July 2011
The Colonel referred to in the audio was/is Colonel P-M, late of the Brigade of Guards. I was out with him one day when he shot a fairly unimpressive stag. The custom was to weigh the stags once back in the Larder and butchered. When the true weight of the stag was known Col P-M turned to me and whispered that he wouldn't be putting that one in his memoirs!
Added by Mark Cullen on 20 August 2015
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Fara with parents, Wendy and Alan Bagatelle and other social clubs - Dalwhinnie in times gone byA wee walk round Dalwhinnie - slideshow with commentaryRon Mercer Iain Macdonald Ron MercerIan CunninghamJanet Dunkin The St BernardTom and Alison Sheridan