If anns an here is for 'in the Turkey' where is the 'ann' for the 'there' in there is good weather
Could you have "Tha deagh sìde anns an Tuirc"? I picked up deagh and droch in Beag air Bheag (do we meet them here later on perhaps?) and am not sure when to use them instead of math and dona.
Why is it "anns" rather than "ann"? In the Turkey? Sounds like Thanksgiving.