Any Scots Gaelic speakers here?

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Bejasus
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Any Scots Gaelic speakers here?

Postby Bejasus » Thu Mar 27, 2008 6:34 pm

I need a translation if possible?

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Postby elsa » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:12 pm

What's the translation? Not that I can help unless it's tigh na mara :lol: Just v. nosy.

I took a gaelic course once & the first thing the lovely tutor lady taught us to say was "I'm sorry but I must go, I'm in a great hurry" on the basis that it could get us out of all potentially embarrassing gaelic speaking situations.... sadly it's about all I can remember.

P.S. What is your boat? Looks fab in your avatar

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Postby Bejasus » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:49 pm

the boat is a Hardin Voyager 45. 1980 built Taiwan ketch. Heavily built grp cruiser. Avatar pic was taken last March in the Hawk Channel, Florida Keys, heading straight into the wind, hence no sails up. Your Krogen 38 looks nice too.
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