Great Canadian Haggis:
Their Nova Scotia Home
Flag of Nova Scotia
The Haggai are an endangered species worldwide;
but they are alive, well and thriving in New Scotland (Nova Scotia).
Synthetic Haggis; Robbie Burns Banquet,
Halifax, Nova Scotia (1996): Click to enlarge [jpeg:51K]
Hamish, the indefatigable Haggis, speaks out.
Hamish and Angus in the Nova Scotia Winter
Hamish and Angus are recent emigrants from Scotland. Angus, who came out
much later than Hamish, still has tartan footpads. He refuses to take off his
tartan bow tie. So be it. Anything to keep Angus happy here, in his new home
in Nova Scotia.
Angus is excited --
or afraid of something or somebody in Nova Scotia?
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Angus is in trouble --
or just making angel wings in the Nova Scotia snow?
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Hamish is out and about --
Have you seen a haggis cavorting in snow, in Nova Scotia?
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Hamish and Angus invite you to visit their friends
The Canadian Beaver
Great Canadian Cats
[Copyright (C) 1996]