My #Cameron Clan Scarf and Pin #scotland

Scarf and Pin.jpgI don’t even wear a coat unless the temperature drops to freezing, but when I lived in Chicago (1996-2001), I got into the habit of wearing scarves … and hats, and gloves, and just about anything else wearable that I could find. So, when I was at Walt Disney World in 1998, I bought a pin and scarf based on my Scottish clan (Cameron). I’m a typical American in that I have no idea what any of it really means (despite having seen Braveheart 🙂 ), but it was a nice scarf. At some point, I lost the scarf and pin, but my recent research on my family tree inspired me to replace them both despite not being quite as Scottish as I thought I was (1/8 rather than 1/4). My great-grandfather (father of my paternal grandmother) was born in Lochgilphead, Scotland in 1868.

And there’s your useless information for the day.

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Author: Frylock

Robert E. Bodine, Esq. is an attorney in Virginia focusing his practice on real estate and intellectual property law. He is one of the founding members of the Gamers’ Syndicate, a Washington, DC-based gaming club. He was the author of the Loremaster.org article series, Protection from Chaos, dealing with intellectual property law matters as they relate to the gaming industry, and has represented several game designers on intellectual property matters. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertEBodine for politics, @PropertyAtty for legal matters, @GSLLC for gaming matters, and if you’re a sports fan, @MMADork.

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