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Old 02 March 2012, 08:17   #61
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Indeed, Monty has moved to Dartmouth and is in the process of opening a Shop in the Market Square.
It's great seeing Reuben on the Park
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Old 02 March 2012, 08:20   #62
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Monty and his friends spent a day diving /wildlife watching with us a couple of years ago.... He had just come back from his latest Scottish adventure and we were discussing wildlife, bottlenose dolphins etc.... He started telling me about 'seaguls' and how amazing they were...I politely listened and nodded whilst being a bit bemused as to why they had wowed him so much.... It was only when i discussed this with my crew while Monty was down diving that he advised me he had been talking about 'Sea Eagles'.....
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Monty and his friends spent a day diving /wildlife watching with us a couple of years ago.... He had just come back from his latest Scottish adventure and we were discussing wildlife, bottlenose dolphins etc.... He started telling me about 'seaguls' and how amazing they were...I politely listened and nodded whilst being a bit bemused as to why they had wowed him so much.... It was only when i discussed this with my crew while Monty was down diving that he advised me he had been talking about 'Sea Eagles'.....
LOL. Funny story!

Though had you misheard his pronunciation or had he thought the sea eagles were seagulls?
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LOL. Funny story!

Though had you misheard his pronunciation or had he thought the sea eagles were seagulls?
I'd def misheard sea eagles as seaguls....easy to lose the 'ea' if said quickly....
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I thought that one of the fishermen in the show seemed bo be a bit harsh, To an outsider the same fisherman did not potray the locals as a frendly bunch (heavy fisherman with no neck)

BTW has a new whale wars started
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I thought that one of the fishermen in the show seemed bo be a bit harsh, To an outsider the same fisherman did not potray the locals as a frendly bunch (heavy fisherman with no neck)

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How did you get THAT impression??? Just good Ol Cornish Conviality
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...good Ol Cornish Conviality
What the heck is that??!

There are many reasons why 'incomers' are not always welcomed with open arms into small West Country villages, but that's a weighty topic on which I can't be bothered to expand.
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