Camille (anyspunthread), Elspeth (georgethegirl), Morven (BessE), Murine (Bwarnergroup), Murron (lovestoknit), Nemetona (tandemsandy) and Shaylee (soniacolleen) of Beauchamp; Camille (WeeGnome), Nannag (LCBraun) and Phaedra (curlykat) of Clan Fraser; Kinley (Rehnbo), Mrs. Fitzgibbons (jules1960), Ceili (Theknittingmama), Brigid (ktreu), Isabeil (Emersch), and Ide (Annaed) of Clan Mackenzie; Joan (Vivian5), Marsali (mommaowie), Senga (robyn), Mary (Jenifair), Morrigan (Mainefan1)
Round 2 Clan Standings:
Additional awards: (for bragging rights)
Early bird: Isabeil of Clan Mackenzie sent her answers in at 10:46 a.m. Feb. 26.
Sneaker: Kinley of Clan Mackenzie answers arrived with 12 minutes to spare 11:48 p.m. On 3/6.
Most Amusing: Lileas of Clan Fraser with: Johannes Gerstmann is an Austrian music master and friend to Mother Hildegarde - Mother Hildegarde has a dog Bouton. Bouton is not sure of Jamie when he first meets him at the Hospital. (I love Bouton and Lileas is the only one who brought Bouton into the chain, Mordag says)
Proofreader emeritus: Joan of Clan Murray corrected the spelling of Madame Vionnet from Vionette
Most elusive character from the list: Monsieur Parnelle. Out of the 30 entries, 5 of us didn't know who he is. I think he's really the janitor, disguised as a urinscopist and truss maker.
31 of 60 clan members participated in the first round of the Highland Games, that's 52 percent. This round, the four cheiftesses sat out, since they sponsored the round.
Clans Beauchamp and Murray each scored an additional point for having the highest participation in this round of the games.
21 clan members got a perfect score.
Clan Beauchamp had 60 percent or 9 of 15 members participate, earning 103 points.
Clan Fraser had 33 percent or 5 of 15 members participate, earning 50 points.
Clan Mackenzie had 53 percent or 8 of 15 members participate, earning 89 points.
Clan Murray had 60 percent or 9 of 15 members participate, earning 92 points.Up-to-date Standings
Special thanks goes to Mordag for writing the challenge, tallying the results and sending them to me.