Sunday, May 31, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
Jean Greenhowe is the lady that designed the pattern that was used to make Malcolm. Valerie got in touch with her to let her know about Malcolms travels and here's what she had to say about it.
Many thanks for your delightful email! We have had a happy time looking through all the photographs of Malcolm’s adventures on his world tour. We shall certainly keep up with Malcolm’s further travels around the globe. What a marvellous and very cute idea to picture him in famous places. We especially enjoyed his meeting Greyfriar’s Bobby. When we are in Edinburgh we always make a stop to ‘visit’ Bobby! Also, cuddlying up to Molly Malone who we doubt was as bonny as the statue!! We think Percy has a cultered look about him and already the air of a well-travelled gentleman.
Thank you for taking the time to write and we look forward to more of Malcolm’s and Percy’s continuing tours - can’t wait to see what he gets up to in London?!
Very best wishes
Great words from a truly great Lady in all respects.
Thursday, May 28, 2009
His name is Patrick it looks like he's having a good time here.
Malcolm and Patrick discuss Malcolm and Percy's adventues.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Malcolm with a wee postbox
That's more like it he says, didn't take to those Green Postboxes in Irealnd. This is definitly my type of Postbox. What do you think Sean?
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Tam is saved from the group of witches by his horse, Meg. Meg leaps to safety on the bridge, as the witches cannot cross running water.
Malcolm was very glad that he didn't see any witches that day but stood very close to the water just in case
The Auld Kirk is also where Robert Burns chose to bury his father, William Burns.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Malcolm in front of Edinburgh Castle
Malcolm at Greyfriar’s Bobby’s statue
Amanda, Malcolm and Percy at Greyfriars Bobby’s statue
Malcolm and Percy visit Greyfriars Bobby’s Grave
Malcolm and Percy were glad this wee shop was closed
Looking at the new tram lines being put into the city centre
They’re not sure about these right hand drive cars in the UK
Monday, May 18, 2009
However, the cat wasn't too sure about them at all.
But these guys took to him OK and he loved each and every one.
After all that socializing he thought that he'd relax by playing a little Xbox
Hope he won.
Tune in later for Day 2 of Malcolm's Scotish Visit.
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Molly Malone, (after Grainne) his favourite lady.
He got closer!!
His musical hero Phil Lynett of Tin Lizzy fame. You are so right, Dara, Malcolm must be very shortsighted this is in fact James Joyce not Phil Lynett.
He checked out an Irish bike just to make sure that it was suitable to deliver the post.
He tried on some trainers, his feet were sore.
Checks out the Flower Sellers.
Goes souvioner shopping at O'Carolls
Pays a vist to the LYS 'This is Knit'. Where there was plenty of cuddles.
and finally, they couldn't quite beleive it Green Post Boxes! "It doesn't seem right"; says Percy.
They just had to climb on top for a closer view
Malcolm realy liked the local Newspaper, 'The Evening Herald'
He was pleased to see that Burgerking is the same everywhere.
He had a burger and coke
He was very thirsty!!!
In fact they took to him so much I thought that I'd never get him back. Here's the proof Colin shows Malcolm Dublin's best shopping street, Grafton Street. He has a great vantage point.
He could be heard shouting 'I'm the King of World' all over Dublin.
- Jean Greenhowe
- Last night in Scotland
- Green Post Boxes
- Malcolm's Scottish Visit Update
- Scary Tales at the Brig O'Doon
- At the Auld Kirk - Alloway
- A Reminder of Cora's Honeymoon
- Sean is Follwing Malcolm
- Malcolm and Percy See the Sights
- Malcolm's Twin Brother Sean
- Chatting to the Local Ladies
- Getting down to business
- At the Office of the Kilmarnock Standard
- Day 2
- Meeting the Locals.
- Malcolm arrives in Scotland
- Macolm sees Dublin's Best Sights
- Day 3 Lunch Date
- Day 2
- Day 1 Arriving
- Malcolm's Visit to Dublin
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