Henry’s tour day 57: Kildrummy


Thurs 2 July 2015  CopyHenry called in at Kildrummy – the location of some pretty obscene ‘raptor management techniques’ recently- see here.

Rumour has it there’s a new keeper at Kildrummy Estate, following the incarceration of Scottish gamekeeper (and SGA member) George Mutch, (formerly of Kildrummy Estate), for his disgusting crimes.

The new keeper’s name? Local rumour suggests something quite incredible, but that can’t surely be true.

Here’s an anagram: Hmm crust


4 Responses to “Henry’s tour day 57: Kildrummy”

  1. 1 Anand Prasad
    July 3, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    Ok, took me a while but i was looking too far away when it was standing right next to him.
    Truly amazing. Someone is not even pretending to give a damn.

  2. 2 crypticmirror
    July 3, 2015 at 9:15 pm

    I hate anagrams. I can never do the Countdown conundrum, can I get another clue?

  3. 3 Me
    July 4, 2015 at 3:58 pm

    A two fingered wave from this “Independent Estate ” of Scotland.They really couldn’t care as long as the “money”keeps coming in from UK Government funding and it will cause the “land ” appears not to be owned by anyone who resides in the UK and it’s registered offices aren’t in the UK.

  4. 4 Dave Dick
    July 4, 2015 at 4:50 pm

    A large proportion of the shooting lobby obviously dont give a damn..they are waiting and hoping that we will all go away and let them get on with their idea of ” vermin” control – as the rest of society and all our Laws are obviously wrong..they will have a very very long wait.

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