Bertie: The rank is but the penny stamp.
Jeeves: The guinea stamp, sir. The Poet Burns was writing at a time when--"
Bertie: Never mind the Poet Burns, Jeeves.
Jeeves: No, sir.
Bertie: Expunge the Poet Burns from your mind.
Jeeves: I have already done so, sir.
Bertie: What about the Aunt Agatha? She will kick, Jeeves.
Thank you. In any case, Rachel and I certainly did not expunge the Poet Burns from our minds! We recalled many of his songs, and quoted snatches of his poems (well, Rachel did, in any case, for which I was most grateful!).
|A lovely fox statue!|
|These lovely weathercocks were all depicting scenes from "Tam o' Shanter" ( a poem which seems to have some similarities to the "Legend of Sleepy Hollow")|
|The devil playing bagpipes, witches and graves! Smashing!|
|'Wee, sleekit, cow'rin, tim'rous beastie...'|
|Only this particular mouse is not so wee!|
|The new, fancy museum was fabulous in that *all* their information panels were in modern Scots (with some words explained in English below). WHAT a fabulous idea!|
|Look at this hare! Unfortunately I didn't get all of his huge, fluffy feet in my picture.|
|A carved scene from "Tam o' Shanter"|
|This is the image (repeated oft in sculpture and painting) that put me so strongly in mind of "Sleepy Hollow.|