A bunch of us from church went to Aberfoyle for a walk on Saturday.
We climbed the Fairy Knowe, a hill on which people leave messages, trinkets and bits of cloth for fairies (it’s a strange story). The place has a slight Blair Witch Project feel to it. I’ve uploaded a few photos from the walk so you can see for yourself.
The title of this blog comes from a sign in the main car park at Aberfoyle, and is quite possibly the worst apostrophe crime I’ve ever seen, and I am struggling to get my head around what sentence might include no dog’s thank’s.
Of course, no dog’s thanks is easy – that would refer to the thanks that is given by no dog – eg “no dog’s thanks was forthcoming, despite the huge delivery from the Bonio people”. But no dog’s thank’s defies grammatically correct usage, as far as I can think. Any ideas?