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Attention Brother and Sisters, SamuraiBigEd and myself are working on organizing a kilted float down the San Marcos River in San Marcos, TX. We are shooting for June 22, 2013. It will be a two mile float, bring beer and kilts. Message me or big ed if you have any questions. We are still in the planning stages so let us get stuff set in concrete and we will let you know what we know when we know it. Hope to hear from many of you.
I found you "family" the other day and have been trolling for about two days. I can see that you guys are a family and I think it's cool! I decided to just be a forum user for now but will become a member in the near future. About me: I currently live in S. Texas or occupied Mexico however you want to look at it (this is a joke and as you get to know me you will understand). I am originaly from Chattanooga, Tn. I have a cousin that got into geneology and verified what I always felt to be true. Our family comes from Dumfrieshire Scotland and would have been part of the Johnstone Clan. As of yet I do not own a kilt. Plans are being made as I type this to rectify that situation. However, this brings me to my questions; I have two sons that want to experience their heritage as much as I do. However, one of my sons does not want us to be "matching" as we wear our kilts. I have found the three family tartans of the Johnstone clan but, being as I am buying 3 kilts at one time, I need an affordalbe way to do so. Let me explain: I understand the difference between the Moderen, Ancient and Weathered tartans. I have found both the Moderen and Ancient at resonable prices but have not been able to locate the Weathered at a resonable price. (Not saying that the asking prices I have found it at are high, I'm sure it would be worth the cost.) So, knowing that there may be other Tartans that I have not uncovered that are linked into the Johnstone Clan, could someone please point me in the right direction? Oh, and "Howdy" ScottJ