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Great delpeoples 2016-05-06 13:21

Caro Giovanni

A very different sight to when I saw the giant a few days prior. It certainly is impressive, as is your photo. There's always such an eerie atmosphere to this place, as history confirms, and your photo brings all the mystique, romance and tragedy that the Highlands are so famous for. Or maybe that's the third dram of whiskey talking. Thank you so much for making the huge hike to Ardnamurchan, it really was a fun day. I hope to see you again in Glasgae on tha morra - as my nan would say. Unfortunately I can't upload pics until I return home in June, so I look forward to your shots of the place.

Un abbraccio
Lisa

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Old 05-06-2016, 04:11 PM
GyurMaster GyurMaster is offline
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Dear Malgo,

I googled the expression. Well...I have learnt something new today as well. In Hungarian it means a quite different thing: his ancestors must have been well drillers as 'kút' means well => kutas is someone, who makes wells (or has a well).

Thank you very much for visiting and writing!
Best Wishes,
Gy.
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