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Where-is-it? for jim.r

Postby Telo » Wed Jan 23, 2008 12:18 pm

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Postby bilbo » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:57 pm

Haw, Jimi! That's oan ra Buachaille, lookin' oot tae ra Kingshouse an' ra Rannoch Moor beyond, an' ra main Glencoe road, an' that.

Ah'm gessin' that's oan ra Rannoch Wall sumwhere.... an' ra fotty wiz taken in ra 60's, or they're dain' a Nostagy Nite in ra Kingy, 'cos yon bloke's got oan sum right auld gear, innit?

Wher' they wee burns meet wis whair ah had ma furst weekend campin' wi' ra Lomonds, an' that, way back in nineteen-canteen. ( maybe 1960 ) We did wan hauf o' Agag's Groove, ah think, then had to ab-aff frae a staunce wi a big square flake, 'cos it was rainin'....

When ra twa guys ah wis wi' foundoot ah could ab ( learnt at ra Whangie ) they wis that pleased so they wur, 'cos we wiz stuck otherwise.

Jimmy Thomson wiz wan o' they guys......

See me, ah'm no aw Al Hiemeyz at 'a, ra dae.



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Postby Telo » Thu Jan 24, 2008 1:35 pm

Yup, it's the Buachaille, and close to Rannoch Wall.

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Postby Arghiro » Fri Jan 25, 2008 12:01 am

That's no a Campbel peepin' roun' ra craig the noo?

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Postby bilbo » Fri Jan 25, 2008 12:50 am

You'll have seen the famous notice over the door of the Clachaig Inn bar, at the MacDonalds' end of the glen...

"No Tinkers or Campbells in here."

And they meant it.....

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