Duck Dynasty premieres it 7th Season on November 18.
The Robertson clan aka the First Family of the Bayou is back with equal parts love and laughter.
Here are some of the highlights we can look forward to his season.
1. The Family Heads to Scotland
Willie heads there for his Duck Commander business and the family follows.
In the promo video, we hear Willie say that, “Scotland is the birthplace of duck hunting.”
According to 2 paragraphs their activities are varied. “They play golf, go hunting (of course) and have fun reenacting a battle scene from Braveheart.”
The crew also tries to trace their family’s root to Scotland.
Korie posted this Instagram pic of her husband with the caption,”When in Scotland… @duckdynastyae new season starts tonight!! #dontmissit.”
2. Sadie’s ‘DWTS’ Partner Visits
Willie and Korie’s daughter Sadie has been dancing her way into America’s hearts on this season of Dancing with the Stars. In fact, she’s made it into the finals, airing on November 24.
Her partner on the reality show, Mark Ballas, comes to Monroe to impart his dancing knowledge on Willie and Kay.
We can guess that Miss Kay cooked up some of her Southern recipes for the professional dancer.
3. Willie Becomes an Assistant Coach
As we know, Willie was a star on West Monroe High School’s basketball team.
This season, we will see him coach his son, Little Willie.
4. Jep & Jessica Try to Have a Romantic Getaway
The parents of four little ones, Lily, Merritt, Priscilla and River, Jep and Jessica want some time away.
The adorable couple met in the hairdresser in February of 2001 and married four months after they started dating.
A month ago, Jessica posted this picture on Instagram to celebrate their anniversary, with the caption, “13 yrs ago today Jep and I got married! After meeting in February and only dating since June. I Love this man!!! He’s my BFF! I love growing old you babe!!!”
5. Jase Participates in the Highland Games
According to VisitScotland.com, the Highland games are a combo of culture, sports and entertainment.
“From traditional heavy athletics like tug-o-war and caber tossing to Highland dance competitions, piping, and field and track events, Highland games are a must-see addition to a Scottish holiday,” it states.
The Daily Record reported on their appearance:
While the Commonwealth Games was been held in Glasgow the bearded clan who are known for their now legendary duck call, turned up at the local games in Fife and St Andrews to learn more about their heritage and meet some of the athletes.