As you have probably heard the Gathering was a resounding success and no
praise is too high for Martin and Rosemary MacIntyre for the amazingly hard
work they put in to bring their dream to fruition.
I was priviledged to be asked to lead the Taynuilt Highland Games procession
and to open the Games. Also I took Glenoe House for the week, which meant
that MacIntyres could visit their ancestral glen and the last event was a
hog-roast held in the courtyard of the house.
The next event is the Homecoming next year in Edinburgh and MacIntyres will
be represented there.
Best regards, Camus-na-h-Erie.
Above pictures are from the Hog Roast with a wee
MacIntyre in the final picture
Archie MacIntyre playing the Faery Pipes
Archie MacIntyre on the left and on the right
Camus-na-h-Erie with heir Duncan and daughters Annabelle and Abigail.
On the left Camus-na-h-Erie with Archie McIntyre
and Anne, Countess of Dunmore. On the right 'Cruachan' leading the parade.
On the left, David and Barb McIntyre and on the
right leading the parade
On the left the MacIntyre Tug of War team. On
the right Martin MacIntyre
On the left Martin MacIntyre at Glenoe and on
the right the "Faery Pipes"