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    Default As far as i got ....

    basically around the loch more area lol








    more to follow

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    and more .....

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    and yet more .....

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    last one to follow .....

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    the abandoned cottages were near watten on the mybster road ..... will be off taking piccies again tomorrow

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    Love the croft with the wind bent tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIZZ View Post
    Love the croft with the wind bent tree.

    My favourite too.

    they're all great,thanks for posting them.
    Never judge someone until you have walked two moons in their moccasins.

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    They are great and well woth your trip. Could you not have taken some snow back too.
    Away with the birds

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    Nice photo's Tuggs

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    Great set of photos from a great location.Must have been a tad on the chilly side.

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    thanks folks.
    MPH i must admit i cheated a bit, i wore my padded boiler suit and rigger boots and was lovely and toastie but i'm not sure the bright pink gloves i nicked off the neep went with them
    heading up the east coast today to see what i can get and how far i get after dropping neep at the train station at lunch

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    Wow tug great pictures. I feel sorry for the chap who is fishing

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    Tugmistress,

    Some great photographs there.

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    Fabulous mixture Tugs - I'm with Scout the fisherman must have been a wee bit chilly!


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    The second lone building with snow covered tree for me Tugs. Well done nice set.
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    Thank you for the fotos....reminds me of 'home'.... sandyr

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyr View Post
    Thank you for the fotos....reminds me of 'home'.... sandyr
    Me too, sniff, sniff...

    These are great photos Tugmistress. Thanks for putting them on the Org.
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