What you might ask is a page dedicated to a Dundee Lodge doing on this site, good question. There's a few reasons, so bear with me while I waffle on for a bit.
Firstly, over the past year relations have been growing between our respective Lodge's, so this is in part to further promote and strengthen that fledgling bond.
Secondly, during a recent visit I was that impressed with the Murals in the East that I decided to somehow incorporate them on this site.. so here we are...
But before I get going I would like to say a special thanks to Camperdown's P.M., Webmaster, & Director of Ceremonies Ally Gowans for allowing me a free hand to pilfer at will from the Camperdown Website.
Back to the Murals...
The Lodge Camperdown Murals
Painted by Bro David Paris Craig PM Lodge Discovery 1789
Unveiled at Lodge Camperdown 317
14th September 1984
This you will probably recognise from the opening page of Camperdown's Web Site, aptly named "The Grieving Widow". Whilst it in itself seems to be a complete picture it is actually but a rather small part of a much larger one. The entire picture is the bottom one. The widow can be seen bottom centre.
There is a lot I could write about these Murals, however, not wanting to steal too much of Camperdowns thunder I'll leave you to visit their site to find out more. Link details are at the bottom of the page...
Unfortunately at this time I don't have a picture of the Murals as they look situated in the Lodge room in the East, but hopefully I'll be able to rectify this matter sometime soon. If you've never visited the Lodge Camperdown 317 Website I highly recommend that you do.
CLICK ON THE LARGE "GRIEVING WIDOW" PICTURE TO GO "MURALS PAGE"
CLICK ON ONE OF THE ABOVE MURALS TO GO TO THE RESPECTIVE PAGE FOR THAT PART OF THE MURAL
J.D. Bro. Duncan Russell (L)
R.W.M. Bro. David Gillies (R)
Standing in front of the Centre Mural. The Right Mural can just be glimpsed over the R.W.M's shoulder.
Photo: P.M. Ally Gowans (Camperdown)