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  • Hello! Wanted to do a little introduction here. My name is Jessica, I'm the woman behind the whisk here on Celtic Sugar. I made this page to share my love of baking and my Celtic heritage. I'm a California girl and a mom of two awesome kids. Baking is my hobby and sometimes more like therapy at times. I hope you enjoy my page as much as I enjoy making these yummy things 🖤 Sláinte
  • Hello! Wanted to do a little introduction here. My name is Jessica, I'm the woman behind the whisk here on Celtic Sugar. I made this page to share my love of baking and my Celtic heritage. I'm a California girl and a mom of two awesome kids. Baking is my hobby and sometimes more like therapy at times. I hope you enjoy my page as much as I enjoy making these yummy things 🖤 Sláinte
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  • Just about pulling myself together after an amazing weekend with my home slices up in Scotland. Just what I needed before months locked away on the grind in the studio. Top nufters. #cnsprcy
  • Just about pulling myself together after an amazing weekend with my home slices up in Scotland. Just what I needed before months locked away on the grind in the studio. Top nufters. #cnsprcy
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  • Cheeky throwback to these UNMISSABLE Haggis, Neeps & Tatties - the Scottish fayre you either love or hate! The only thing missing is a wee dram. 🥃🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿👌🏼 - here’s to the  #therealnorthofthewall .
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Having spent over 5 years in Scotland, not only do I consider it a home away from home and generally can never say to to a cheeky pitt stop at @stravaigin_g12 in Glasgow. .
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Up in Scotland this weekend! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿✈️🙋🏼‍♀️
  • Cheeky throwback to these UNMISSABLE Haggis, Neeps & Tatties - the Scottish fayre you either love or hate! The only thing missing is a wee dram. 🥃🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿👌🏼 - here’s to the #therealnorthofthewall .
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    Having spent over 5 years in Scotland, not only do I consider it a home away from home and generally can never say to to a cheeky pitt stop at @stravaigin_g12 in Glasgow. .
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    Up in Scotland this weekend! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿✈️🙋🏼‍♀️
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  • 🎁🎊🥳🍭🎉👑🎂Mommy Birthday dinner🎂👑🎉🍭🥳🎊🎁
  • 🎁🎊🥳🍭🎉👑🎂Mommy Birthday dinner🎂👑🎉🍭🥳🎊🎁
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  • SIR Rod Stewart went from singer to sleuth to track down the Scot who wrote a song he liked — then invited him on his latest tour. The rocker, 74, became hooked on a melody he heard being played as background music on Celtic TV while writing his latest chart-topping album at his LA mansion. It set the legendary performer off on a detective trail as he chased down leads across the globe before he finally found Glasgow-born record producer and songwriter John McLaughlin. Sir Rod then wrote a song called Julia based on John’s Celtic ditty before inviting him to open his summer concerts across the UK.
John jokes: “I told Rod there was just one slight problem with that — I didn’t have a band. I had only played about three gigs in the last 30 years so I was a tad rusty to say the least. But Rod was determined I should open his shows because he was convinced his fans would like my music.”
John has worked almost exclusively behind the scenes for the last three decades after launching the boyband 911 with writing partner Gordy Goudie in 1992. Since then he’s written hits for Westlife — including their 2001 No1 Queen Of My Heart — before going on to create chart-toppers Busted and reforming 70s pin-ups The Bay City Rollers in 2015.
But bizarrely the 54-year-old managed to catch the ear of his idol Sir Rod without even trying.
John McLaughlin was interviewed by Matt Bendoris
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📸Andrew Barr Photography / The Scottish Sun
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  • SIR Rod Stewart went from singer to sleuth to track down the Scot who wrote a song he liked — then invited him on his latest tour. The rocker, 74, became hooked on a melody he heard being played as background music on Celtic TV while writing his latest chart-topping album at his LA mansion. It set the legendary performer off on a detective trail as he chased down leads across the globe before he finally found Glasgow-born record producer and songwriter John McLaughlin. Sir Rod then wrote a song called Julia based on John’s Celtic ditty before inviting him to open his summer concerts across the UK.
    John jokes: “I told Rod there was just one slight problem with that — I didn’t have a band. I had only played about three gigs in the last 30 years so I was a tad rusty to say the least. But Rod was determined I should open his shows because he was convinced his fans would like my music.”
    John has worked almost exclusively behind the scenes for the last three decades after launching the boyband 911 with writing partner Gordy Goudie in 1992. Since then he’s written hits for Westlife — including their 2001 No1 Queen Of My Heart — before going on to create chart-toppers Busted and reforming 70s pin-ups The Bay City Rollers in 2015.
    But bizarrely the 54-year-old managed to catch the ear of his idol Sir Rod without even trying.
    John McLaughlin was interviewed by Matt Bendoris
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    📸Andrew Barr Photography / The Scottish Sun
    #johnMcLaughlin #sirRodStewart #rodStewart #westlife #911 busted #igscotland #instascotland #insta_scotland #thisIsScotland #scotlandisNow #Scotland_insta #lovescotland️❤ #lovescotland #scotlandphotography #Scotland #scotland_ig #scottish #scotSpirit #News #weLoveScotland #ScottishNews #ScotlandNews #ScottishSun #theScottishSun #ScottishSunInsta
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  • I knew that was a good one when I took it -Maddie

PC: @maddieoliphant
  • I knew that was a good one when I took it -Maddie

    PC: @maddieoliphant
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  • A new addition to the dairy free range....Irn Bru tablet 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🧡💙🧡💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
  • A new addition to the dairy free range....Irn Bru tablet 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🧡💙🧡💙🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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  • Telly with BarneyBear🐶
  • Telly with BarneyBear🐶
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  • Such a tough day...
  • Such a tough day...
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  • Scottish Highlands 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿💚
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  • The Menzies clan, who are believed to have originally come from Normandy, settled in Perthshire no later than the mid-12th century. They came to Scotland during the reign of David I who actively encouraged such immigration in order to exploit their castle building expertise and military skills.
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Following the destruction of their home (then the Place of Weem) in 1502 by Neil Stewart, this prompted construction of Castle Menzies as a direct replacement.
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The new castle was built in the form of a four storey Tower House and had a dominant position overlooking the road between Aberfeldy and Crianlarich. Large numbers of well placed gun holes demonstrate that defence was a foremost consideration when the castle was built.
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The castle had to survive through the Covenanter religious troubles of the mid-17th century, as well as the Jacobite rebellions of 1715 and 1745. It was occupied by the Jacobites in 1715 and again in the Forty-five rebellion, including their leader Bonnie Prince Charlie, who rested on his way to Culloden in 1746, only four days later for the Castle to be garrisoned by the Duke of Cumberland, son of the British Monarch and commander of the Government forces.
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The castle was later returned to the Menzies clan and further modifications were made in the 18th and 19th centuries, including adding an extension to the north and a new wing in 1840. The death of the last of the Menzies of Weem line, saw the castle pass out of the clan’s hands. During World War II it was used as a Polish Army medical stores depot and in 1957 it was acquired by the Castle Menzies Society.
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  • The Menzies clan, who are believed to have originally come from Normandy, settled in Perthshire no later than the mid-12th century. They came to Scotland during the reign of David I who actively encouraged such immigration in order to exploit their castle building expertise and military skills.
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    Following the destruction of their home (then the Place of Weem) in 1502 by Neil Stewart, this prompted construction of Castle Menzies as a direct replacement.
    ▫️
    The new castle was built in the form of a four storey Tower House and had a dominant position overlooking the road between Aberfeldy and Crianlarich. Large numbers of well placed gun holes demonstrate that defence was a foremost consideration when the castle was built.
    ▫️
    The castle had to survive through the Covenanter religious troubles of the mid-17th century, as well as the Jacobite rebellions of 1715 and 1745. It was occupied by the Jacobites in 1715 and again in the Forty-five rebellion, including their leader Bonnie Prince Charlie, who rested on his way to Culloden in 1746, only four days later for the Castle to be garrisoned by the Duke of Cumberland, son of the British Monarch and commander of the Government forces.
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    The castle was later returned to the Menzies clan and further modifications were made in the 18th and 19th centuries, including adding an extension to the north and a new wing in 1840. The death of the last of the Menzies of Weem line, saw the castle pass out of the clan’s hands. During World War II it was used as a Polish Army medical stores depot and in 1957 it was acquired by the Castle Menzies Society.
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    Image by @myinstascotland ———————————————————
    #scottish #lovescotland #scotland #historicscotland #travel #visitscotland #scotland_greatshots #travelinggram #thisisscotland #master_shots #visualsoflife #ig_worldclub #igersscotland #goexplore #castle #discoverglobe #discoverearth #roamtheplanet #history #castlesofscotland #scotlandsbeauty #passionpassport #discoverscotland #greatnorthcollective #modernoutdoors #countryside #instascotland #travelblogger #scotspirit #mytinyatlas
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  • Port Askaig, Islay. Looking at the fishing boats in the early morning light. Ferg
  • Port Askaig, Islay. Looking at the fishing boats in the early morning light. Ferg
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