Dew in Dallas

Scotland, that is. Also known as “Little D”  Back during the 1970s, North Sea oil boom, Dallas (Texas) Morning News columnist and chili guru Frank X. Tolbert visited the little village in the far reaches of northern Scotland.  I recently can across this photo (which was published in D&W half-tone in the newspaper then).  Frank noted, among other things, the local distillery produces a Scot’s Whisky known as “Dew of Dallas” which he sampled with approval.

Located at 57 33’N 3 28′ W

By bobreagan13

My day job is assisting individuals and small businesses as a lawyer. I taught real estate law and American history in the Dallas County Community College system. I have owned and operated private security firms and was a police officer and criminal investigator for the Dallas Police Department.

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