Ozzie’s Flag is once again fluttering high on the Peat Law for the 50th year.
It was in 1964 – the year Ian Galloway was the Royal Burgh Standard Bearer – that the teenage Ozzie Williamson started a tradition that has now spanned half a century.
Ozzie’s home at The Toll overlooks the hill and in 1964 he put up the flag to show his mum and dad where he had been for a walk.
Around 20 of the 67-year-old’s pals joined him on Sunday’s hill hike to mark the milestone – including Standard Bearer Greg Rodgerson.
And Ozzie had a surprise for Greg. He presented him with a riding crop that was made in the 1920s.
Ozzie had told Greg when he was a youngster that if he ever became Standard Bearer he would be given the crop.