Continuing his series of tongue-in-cheek memoirs, Dalmuir-born Alasdair McPherson takes a wry look back to the days when air travel was decidedly not for the masses. Appropriately enough, his piece is called Fly Man.
Then in Busted our very own McFlashmaster, Perth-born Bill Robertson, relates the tale of a teenager who also fancies himself as a bit of a fly boy.
Enjoy! And watch out tomorrow for the next contribution to our Being Scots McCompetition.