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Old 30 March 2010, 04:32   #11
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He clearly was in Star Trek character mode there .... he could have been more logical and referred to you as user 2438 .. but preferred the curious human phenomenon of using a name
and there was me thinking that Jambo had been at the Bostik again...
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Old 30 March 2010, 06:44   #12
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He clearly was in Star Trek character mode there .... he could have been more logical and referred to you as user 2438 .. but preferred the curious human phenomenon of using a name
Hi Bigmuz yea I thought the 'Borg' had caught up on me!! But our friend meant well and that is the most important thing.

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Old 30 March 2010, 06:46   #13
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and there was me thinking that Jambo had been at the Bostik again...
Hi friend you giving away my inner secrets!! Richard what a hellva day I see you are getting the 'white' stuff (steady) snow over youre way do not send it over the ditch.
See you soon on the water I hope.

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hi Jambo, must try and catch up this season - boat currently on the drive, but was out at the garvellachs sunday night - nice - but cold!!

loch Sween - I used to work on it for a lot of years, canoed and p/boated lots of it, - I'll have a think and get back to you.


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Hi Chris how you doing? yes I saw your post the other day and I thought it may be a touch coldish!!
Would love to catch up over the next hopefully summer months when we can go for a cruise and catch some lunch and a pint somewhere nice. I* gave Euan one or two pointers but i did not want to go on and on, hopefully I am up that week and can meet him get an idea what he wants to do and point him in the right direction.
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Old 03 May 2010, 02:52   #15
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Hi Euan, I had the pleasure of a day trip up loch Sween, a couple of years ago.We anchored at Castle Sween, and swam ashore in drysuits to have a look at the Castle.Tayvallich is a great village, you could always time your arrival/departure with the Jura ferry and tag along behind as they know the route in and out,
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Hi Gavin
thanks for that advice about the Jura ferry I might just try that.
Thought your trip sounded amazing especially in all that wind.

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