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Ian is a Scotsman,and another member of my musical "John" Series. Ian plays the bagpipes, and he has two Scottish traits. He loves to play "Scotland the Brave" and he also loves to save money. Now he's faced with a dilemma: which should he pick up first, the bagpipes or the coin? On the coin is a thistle, the national emblem of Scotland. Some small unicorn(known in Scotland as the Queen's beast) has lost his horn next to Ian though you might mistake it for a sea shell. In traditional Scottish dress, Ian is wearing a sporran around his waist, flashes on his socks, and a regimental striped tie, cut "face up" in the british fashion, so that the stripes slant from the heart. His kilt is unique, and will henceforth be known as the "Cairn tartan". The tartan is Cairn green with gold bands that form the St. Andrews crosses in the center of the squares. Cairn means "heap of stones" and behind Ian is his ancestral cairn.
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