|In an old guide book of the area I found the following in reference to the standing stones of the district;
"Now there won't be heard the song of my fame,
The stranger will not know of my grave,
He will see a grey stone with ragweed o'ergrown,
And he will ask 'whose grave is this',
'We know not', the children of the glen will say,
'The song of his fame has not lived to our day'"
From "Pitlochry District" by Hugh Mitchell 1923.
Posted by Martin
27th August 2001ce