Yard of Ale provided the musical accompaniment to the Beer and Bites. Very good they were too, playing as they put it, 'a selection of songs from their abbatoir'!
Earlier in the day Ena Stevenson had her VICKS (Visually Impaired Curlers from Kinross) along to show us how it should be done. Impressive! That's Jim Gales in the hack.
The story is in a previous post. Dave Murdoch and Warwick Smith. How clever to have uniforms which match the sponsor's logo! And it was indeed 'a grand match'!
"Please sweep," asks Tom Brewster nicely.
Kathy Cameron measures up.
Kelly Wood on take off.
Face in the crowd. Recognise her? Tennis fans will. Judy Murray watched some of the curling today.
Happiest group in the rink to see the Muirhead team lose? The television crew - at least now they know that they will have a commentator for tomorrow! Bob Kelly.
Karen Addison, Gail Munro, Annie Laird
RCCC Disability Curling Officer Sheila Swan models her small helping of stovies at the Beer and Bites.
Pics by Bob
The Royal Caledonian Curling Club's Railway Station - by Bob Cowan The possible advantages of railways in transporting curlers and their stones to compete in bonspiels had been recognised as early as 1846, as...
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