Scottish couple

23 Apr

The couple have lived on the smallholding of Braes of Kerryston, at Kellas, outside Dundee – where Ken was born and worked alongside his father in the family’s smiddy business – since their wedding in 1964.

And it is here that they have now produced more than 50 home-bred standard and miniature Shetlands. Highfield Ursula had won many accolades for Mr Myles before he decided she was the correct pony for Ken and Anne to establish the Kerryston stud with.

End couples dance the basket: make a small circle in the middle, men joining hands behind ladies' backs, ladies' arms on top of men's. With sufficient speed, the ladies' feet can lift off the floor (there's a good video of it on You Tube).

As the Krankies they portray schoolboy Wee Jimmy Krankie (Janette), and paternal figure Ian Krankie (Ian), though in their comedy act they also portray other characters.Scottish Country Dancing (SCD) is a popular social activity for people all over the world (Scottish decendants or not). If you're short of men, women dance with women and visa versa.Dancers usually change partners after a dance, so you don't need to worry about bringing a partner and you socialise with a lot of different people.A little down the road the woman says to the man, ''You want to kiss me don't you? '' She says, ''By the gleam in your eye.'' So they kissed and kept walking. A little later the woman askes the man, ''You want to screw me don't you?