Scotland here we come

Discussion in 'Scotland' started by alanred7, Dec 26, 2011.

  1. Woodylubber

    Woodylubber Obsessive compulsive name changer

    WoW Al :D stunning pics mate, looks great maybe got a plan now in mind :) and happy new year
     
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  3. Hey cheers Neale.
    Happy new year to you, your right could be a plan. 8)[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  4. And here's winnie at the base of Ben Nevis. ;D
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  6. Think the old ferry was past its best. ;D[​IMG]
     
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    And Tina looking a bit cold.lol
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  10. And just outside Hogworts
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  12. beautiful landscapes, thank you for sharing your pictures...
    greetings from México...
     
  13. 72wilma

    72wilma Moderator

    Great photos Alan :) Always wanted to tour Scotland and your photos have confirmed it!
    This is my favourite. Would look great in the 2013 TLB calendar ;)

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  15. Oh what lovely pictures! I love Scotland too. Got married there. In a castle which they let us sleep in over night - we had it all to ourselves. Who knows, soon we might need a passport to go there. Seriously, I can't believe that Scotland will break away from the UK. Surely, it's in the interest of the whole UK to stay together and the Scots will vote against independence. Who knows, Salmond might be better off with the oil for now. But what happens when it runs out? I think the whole issue comes down to that. Oil. That makes it a rather short-sighted affair. Take away the oil revenue and the UK and surely it could be a sorry old Scotland in 20 years time or so.
     

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