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Re: Campbeltown

Postby Telo » Fri Jul 29, 2016 11:49 am

sam wrote:Oh I do! :)


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Re: Campbeltown

Postby pagoda » Sun Jul 31, 2016 8:12 pm

Other than MacDonalds visiting C'town... it's a much maligned wee town. Our first visit in 2009 was after a long thrash from Lamlash. Didny really ken aboot reefing then. After we got rafted up, we staggered up the high street and found a drinking hole. We were not drunk before or after- though the ground was still moving. We got back to the boat clasping walls and doorways all the way!

Campbeltown can do that to you I'm told :D

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Re: Campbeltown

Postby sahona » Wed Aug 03, 2016 9:00 pm

As a Lamont on my mother's side I share the MacDonald's views of the Campbells. Can we get together and talk about historic abuse?
There may be others.... 20' - 30' Berths available, Clyde.
Cruising, racing, maintenance facilities. Go take a look, you know you want to.

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Re: Campbeltown

Postby claymore » Wed Aug 03, 2016 9:16 pm

I have a fascination with Cemeteries and the history that unfolds when you read the headstones. There are few more fascinating than the one in Campbeltown

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