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"Don't Mock the Rock . Curling-It is thought that curling began in medieval Scotland." Not only have I curled since a young age, I'm also Scottish! Curls Quotes, Curling Canada, Olympic Curling, Celtic Pride, 2018 Winter Olympics, Highland Games, Olympic Sports, Sports Humor, New Hobbies

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Don't Mock the Rock .... Curling-It is thought that curling began in medieval Scotland.

Warm socks for winter/curling season! They sport curling rocks for those wanting to show their favorite activity Crochet Needles, Knit Or Crochet, Knitting For Kids, Knitting Socks, Curling Stone, Curls Rock, Knitting Patterns, Sweater Patterns, Knitting Ideas

TNNA + New Curling Socks

One of my favourite parts of TNNA this past June was having the chance to loiter in Ysolda's booth - which I decided should be properly ref...

Vintage dictionary curling stone pendant Curling Canada, Olympic Curling, Curling Stone, Stone Pendants, Olympics, Fun Stuff, Curls, Rocks, Stones

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Vintage dictionary curling stone pendant

Vintage curling stone of Scottish Ailsa Craig granite Curling Stone, Scottish Gaelic, Marquess, Rock And Pebbles, Thistles, Scottish Islands, Kilts, Homeland, Unicorns

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Vintage curling stone of Scottish Ailsa Craig granite

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New York City: the Curling Capital | New-York Historical Society

Scottish immigrants made New York City the headquarters for the ancient sport of curling in the United States.

 "Curlers play to win, but never to humble their opponents. A true curler would prefer to lose, rather than to win unfairly! 1936 Olympics, Winter Olympics 2014, Curling Stone, Norway Winter, Important Things In Life, Winter Games, Olympic Games, Curls, Nagano Japan

This curling stone belonged to 75-year-old curler Rudy Senich, of Duluth, Minn., and was used in the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan in 1998. According to Senich's curling club rulebook, "Curling is a game of skill and traditions . . . Curlers play to win, but never to humble their opponents. A true curler would prefer to lose, rather than to win unfairly!"