Taken outside La Fogata restaurant in
Moultrie. Front row, Beth, Alastair, Harriet. Back row: Bob Ragan, Mel
Bob, Beth & Woody at La Fogata restaurant
after celebrating Woody's birthday.
Genealogist for The Clan Gunn...note his t-shirt!
James Taylor from Portland, Oregon on his way
to the Portland Tartan Ball.
Al & Judy Eaton,
President and Secretary/Treasurer of The Clan Home Society, at Culloden
Highland Games. The Clan Home was the Honoured Clan. Al & Judy have held
these offices for 23 years. Al was the founder of the society.
Mel Gay and Hal
Shaw at Culloden Highland Games
Members of The
Clan Buchanan Society, International at the 2003 Maryland Celtic Festival.
This is rear view
of the rare Stealth Camel, Clyde, the mascot of The Clan Home Society.
Fun at Maryland
Mel and Beth Gay & Woody 2003
Dromedarius Obscurus, the mascot of The Clan Home Air Force, a rare
Stealth Camel, visiting Moultrie on his way to The Culloden Highland Games
in Culloden, Georgia. Here is a photograph as he waited to be loaded into
his special camel carrier. If you will look closely at the photograph,
you will see "evidence" that he is really and truly there.
The CHAF mascot's name is "Clyde." There is a long and honoured
tradition of naming the Clan Home mascots Clyde. This name is famous in
Scotland. Remember, they named a river after the Clan Home earlier
mascots! (And country music star, Ray Stevens, did a recording dedicated
Clyde enjoyed his visit to Culloden and was photographed, hugged, petted
and kissed by visitors to the Games. He participated in the Parade of
Tartans and even was on the stage during Opening Ceremonies - negotiating
the steps with no trouble.
Look for Clyde at any event where Clan Home is present!