Millie Carpenter on tue 17 oct 00
Now I don't know if y'all know that there is a large Scottish population in the NC
mountains. That is why there are so many moonshiners there. The rare mountain
Haggis is usually served there, in formal situations, with mason jars of White
(white lightning, moonshine) . now when it is served in family groups, the white
is passed about in hand thrown jug that you balance on your shoulder and tip down
for a slug. Perhaps some of NC potters (the ridge runners, not the flatlanders of
course) could set up a side trip for the express purpose of experiencing the NC
PS. No Feds will be allowed on this trip for everyone's personal safety.
Millie in Md. who grew up in Winston-Salem, NC, and doesn't try to go home too
L. P. Skeen on wed 18 oct 00
> Now I don't know if y'all know that there is a large Scottish population
in the NC mountains.
Hey Millie, we're not just in the mountains any more!
Lisa (whose dad wears a tie made from our Tartan with his gray pinstripe
Sheron Roberts on wed 18 oct 00
"Hey Millie, we're not just in the mountains any more!"
to which I add:
That's right, Millie, I went to school where
every other kid's last name was, McPherson and Duncan and my own
maiden name is from a Scottish name
Sheron Hinson Roberts
in NC and about 45 miles
from the coast. :)
Jeff Brown on fri 20 oct 00
Does anyone out there know of a good place in the greater Charlotte area for
Barbeque (Lexington and/or Down East style)?