Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio

This week the challenge is Trio my lovelies, and I thought, what better trio could I show than this: Glamis Castle, the Scottish home of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and the real life home of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne. (Thank you Wikipedia for that useful bit of historical information because I honestly had no idea what castle this was!)

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13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio

      • I’m an American (and a Floridian too to be exact lol), but I have family from the Forrester Clan as well as the Wallace Clan in Scotland. I don’t know what part of the country they come from though, other than the Forresters’ were near the border with England πŸ˜€

      • Have been to Florida a couple of times. Once in 1976, to Tampa. Then in 1982 as well.
        Do you know the Scotland’s People site? You can trace your ancestors all the way back to 1590s, because of precise baptismal and parish records. My family came from Kelso, Liberton, south of Edinburgh and then went to Glasgow. Others came from fishing villages near Montrose and the others were from Dumbarton, Argyll, or originally from Northumberland. I am talking about tracing them from about 1600 onwards. Fascinating.

      • No, I didn’t know that site, but that’s freaking awesome! I will definitely be checking my people out, lol, thanks so much for sharing! For a history buff, it will be truly fascinating to see what they uncover! πŸ˜€

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