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    Great pics mate.

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    Thanks for the pics. You should hit the road, Jack.... more often.

    (And don't you come back no more no more).....

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    ^ Beautiful place.
    Pues, aquí estamos.

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    Nice photos, Jack. That's a nice photo of Carrbridge (I presume) and the countryside is looking splendid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Carrbridge
    Yea, Patsycats old stomping ground and BB had family here, small world.

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    Great pics JAck, and God do i need to change my camera.

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    Clan Grant and Carrbridge, where do i report people posting my personal info?????

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    I missed this first time round. Great thread.
    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    Yeah, wonderful place, Scotland out in the sticks.
    We did a motorcycle run up there in the late 90's for 10 days or so, August, we could'nt understand, what with heavy winters they have up there, how come the tarmac and roads were in such wonderful condition. Possibly low traffic and lack of continuous 38 ton artics.
    However, the weather was not kind to us, i look at the photos and most of the time we skinned up with waterproofs on looking wet and forlorn. And pissed off.
    It was sunny t-shirt Euro runs thru the Alps to Southern France and Italy prior, and certainly the following couple of years too.
    M/C trip in the UK summer - Fvck off!
    But year, Scottish countryside is wonderful.

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    You've done it again! I bet you're gassing for a big steak dinner today, Jack...
    How do I post these pictures???

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    It’s curious because I have several friends of many years standing, who have decided to retire there quite recently. No apparent connection to the place apart from being outdoor types.
    I can see the attraction, having walked the west highland way with friends, and worked in The Cairngorms a few times.

    My brothers idea of a summer holiday is a tour of distillers and I hate cities, so maybe that’s the attraction for some?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
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    Great thread.

    These pics remind me of my summer holidays in Nairn as a nipper. The first one was me being disappointed after trying - and failing - to spot Nessie on a day out, and the 2nd one evokes memories of making my way to the beach to fish and being blown off my feet in force 9 gales and almost sub-zero temperatures.

    In August.

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    Mate of mine has just climbed Ben Nevis, reckons it was blizzards up top in June.

    Scotland would be the best Country in the world if it was 20oC warmer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Mate of mine has just climbed Ben Nevis, reckons it was blizzards up top in June.

    Scotland would be the best Country in the world if it was 20oC warmer.
    There are climbs on Nevis, but the tourist route was a virtual motorway when I did the Three Peaks in 1988. We passed Jap tourists in pacamacs and daps on the way up. There was snow on the top around the old weather station even in August.

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