Go on then - where is it?

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sahona
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Re: Go on then - where is it?

Postby sahona » Tue Sep 01, 2009 9:43 pm

Maybe worth adding that it's a cracking anchorage, clear sandy bottom and good shelter.
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Re: Go on then - where is it?

Postby claymore » Wed Sep 02, 2009 2:01 pm

D'ye think he did get it off wi yon Virgin McKenna though?
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Re: Go on then - where is it?

Postby Mark » Wed Sep 02, 2009 7:11 pm

sahona wrote:Assume you've been ashore at Sandaig, John.



Yeah, cracking spot. The year I dropped in there I'd (by cooincidence) started to read the trilogy. I knew about Soay but I didn't know about Sandaig or about Terry Nutkins (who I met in a pub in Fort Augustus when he was running the Hotel there - and that's an incredible story.) Blew me away to read on an evening in Loch Hourn that I was 20 minutes away from Camusfearna and since it was quiet we dropped in for a look round.

Far better shelter from the E than its reputation suggests and judging by the sand I reckon the holding would be first class.

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