Haggis, kilts, caber tossing and more at Highland Games

One of the delights of the annual Highland Games is seeing the diversity of the competitors, including a rolling pin-tossing woman and a muscled hammer-thrower whose tattoos covered more of his body than did his kilt. Photo by Tom brown

LIME ROCK — The 94th Round Hill Highland Games was held on Sunday, June 24, in the “highlands of Connecticut” at Lime Rock Park for the third year in a row.

The rain held until after the event was over, allowing for a sizable crowd to enjoy the day’s festivities. Because the event continues to grow and be a success, the Round Hill organization has confirmed it will hold the event at Lime Rock Park in 2019 on Sunday, June 23.

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