Heirloom Project

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    Carly Lamberty

    | 29 Aug 2014

     

    I'm suggesting the loom at Weaver's Cottage where Christine wove our brand new Battle of Bannockburn tartan, amongst other tartans, including the tartan used at Burns Cottage.

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Heirloom Project

  • Dear Friends/Family, I would like to share a contribution page with you which has been created in the $bookTitle$ book. To view the page please click on the following link: $findContributionLink$ National Trust for Scotland Online Book https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/NationalTrustScotland/Contributions/Find/HeirloomProject/julianl
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    Julian Landy

    | 29 Aug 2014

     

    My choice would be the vegetable garden at Inverewe. An odd choice perhaps. But one made many years ago after several visits. The produce on display always seems perfect in presentation and absolutely ready for competition judges. All healthy specimens of horticultural art, large and luscious. Full of promise. Meals to be savoured, company to be enjoyed.Yet it is hugely ironic that while the plants produce perfect fruit and vegetables, they cannot be eaten, because of the heavy metals in the soil. So, on each return to Inverewe, I know that the vegetable garden will never be fully harvested, naked of produce. But always bursting with fertility which cannot be consumed. Not frustrating, but an heirloom to be enjoyed and admired for generations.

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