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Great Donald 2006-11-15 5:40

Hi Andy, another cracker great DOF good comp and you have a good eye for picking out places and another good sky. word of advice, keep one eye on the rear view mirror as your are looking around lol I stood on the brakes the other day and a car nearly ran up my **** as I saw a nice spot to take a photo, I view the country through a view finder! but not the car behind, I had to get and say sorry to a very angry driver.
well done take care.
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Old 11-17-2006, 10:04 PM
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good one Donald and yes ive nearly done that myself ,i also had to get out and do some apologising.I felt about 2 inch's tall,much to the amusment of some people walking past at the time .Donald are you in Bonar bridge? i used to go there a fair bit ,
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Hi Andy, yes I live in Bonar Bridge now, born at Duartmore near Kylestrome, spent years in Arisaig near Fortwilliam, back to Achfary in Sutherland, then Lairg, and now all washed up in Bonar.
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lovely place Bonar ,i spent many good times there ,my friend used to have a croft nearby ..............andy
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