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Robert Burns

Dumfries has made a minor industry from Robert Burns living his final years here. After checking into my hotel yesterday, I took a wee walk around the various Burns sites. Intuitive readers might assume that my first stop was the … Continue reading

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Haggis at the Globe Inn, Dumfries

Haggis at The Globe Inn – Dumfries Down an alley called a “close” not much wider than a crack in a wall they say this pub was frequented by Robert Burns two hundred years ago rough hewn walls painted white … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

May we all take a cup o’ kindness yet, for auld lang syne, as Robert Burns wrote. If anyone needs a dark-haired man to be the first to cross your threshold, I’m available.

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