My new Kilt

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My new Kilt

Postby Uncle Al » Sat Mar 18, 2006 2:43 am

Hello to all - Haven't been around since my grandson was born a bit over 3 weeks ago.
Well, I ordered the StillWaterKilts, 2006 edition, Irish National Tartan Kilt.
( I've found that I'm a bit more Irish than Scots. )
I received it in 4 days -- Great service, Great fit, and a Great Swagger/swirl with the pleats. :clap:
The medium weight material doesn't itch my legs at all, and a bit cooler in our Texas heat. :cool:
A more traditional breacon at half the price of my Utilikilts.
I will probably order from them again. :cheer:

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2018-2020(and the beat goes on ;) )
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I respond-The why is F.T.H.O.I. (For The H--- Of It)
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Postby G.Shaw » Sat Mar 18, 2006 4:09 am

Uncle Al.... Wow that's a name I haven't noticed for a loooooong time.
I hope all is well with you.
Post a picture of the Still Water Kilt?

I'm looking around for something much cooler than a traditional Kilt. Florida is starting to get a little warm already.

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Postby Tripp49 » Sat Mar 18, 2006 2:31 pm

:clap: Hello Uncle Al. Man I have 7 Stillwater Kilts,they are with out a doubt my favorit of all my skirts/kilts(37 in all)for dress wear.:dance: :dance: I have Utilikilt,AmeriKilt.Bear Kilt,KiltsMart Kilt,SportKilt PractiKilt,and White Stag kilt but the Stillwater is the best made and the closest thing to a triditional kilt you will get with out spending several hundred dollars.
I would highly recomend the Stillwater to anyone looking for a tartan kilt that didnot a wool kilt.Even there economy kilt($44.00) is a fantastic kilt.Also most of the time you get it within a week.The Kiltsmart kilt is the next best for an inexpensive nonwool kilt.
Hey it is good to hear from you again.Hope new baby and all are doing well.

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My new kilt

Postby Uncle Al » Mon Mar 20, 2006 5:50 am

Greg and Tripp49

Good to hear from you. Greg--how's your family? All well I hope. Did you complete your flight lessons?

Tripp49 -- Sounds like you are truely thrilled with Stillwater kilts. I plan on asking them if they can get my Scottish clan tartan. I will definitly be ordering from them again.

I'm currently working with our local chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society in the restoration and installation of a Wurlitzer 3/17 theatre pipe organ for the McKinney, TX performing arts center. The 3/17 means that the organ is a 3 manual, 17 rank pipe organ. This project really brings out the carpentry skills. Also, playing my 'New-To-Me' Conn 653 electric theatre organ. The 653 was built in 1983-84. Still sounds great! I wouldn't mind having a Walker RTO 3/35 digital theatre organ, but I don't have a spare $79,500.00 just laying around to play with. LOL!

Monday, 20 March, I will be in the Dentist's chair, getting a 'Cap'. This can really be a 'drilling' experience on ones nerves! ( Hah! )

Being a Grand Pa is FUN!:D

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Grand Musician of the Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F. of Texas 2008-2009, 2015-2016,
2018-2020(and the beat goes on ;) )
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I respond-The why is F.T.H.O.I. (For The H--- Of It)
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Postby jcal6067 » Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:44 am

Well I hope you folks are happy cause I just bought another kilt. lol This one from the Stillwaters.kilts.com site. I bought the solid black for the less dressie occassions. I notice that kilt shirts were not available. Shame I could use a few. The ecominly kilt is 24 inches long which means it will go below the knees for me.
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