The Bird-Watcher’s Guide to the Colonels of Sutherland

The upper echelons of Rosehall society in 1977 were dominated by military retirees here to ply the fishing in Sutherland’s rivers, and to this observer they seemed to bear a remarkable similarity to the wading birds of the area. A broadsheet of the verse was printed and Lady Jean Gilmour demanded a supply for her craft shop in the village. The irony here is that the first run was purchased by the colonels. . .

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