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Old 14 June 2010, 16:16   #1
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these lads are talkin'. Think Clyde is the one talkin' Scowtish.

Pleasantly crappy weather (they say it always looks calmer on camera )
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Old 14 June 2010, 17:17   #2
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Not sure what
these lads are talkin'. Think Clyde is the one talkin' Scowtish.

Pleasantly crappy weather (they say it always looks calmer on camera )
Hi W had a good look at it as it at first glance looked as if it could have been my old mate Nicol on the Jura/Tayvallich ferry but I frooze the screen at the end on the GPS and it certainly is not Craighouse to Tayvallich chart. They certainly would remember the trip what ever lingo they were using!!

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Looks as though they are heading south towards the Sound between Islay and Jura en route back to Ireland.

Bet they are glad to have that canopy!!!!
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Looks as though they are heading south towards the Sound between Islay and Jura en route back to Ireland.

Bet they are glad to have that canopy!!!!
I think you're spot on Boo. That's Loch Tarbert, Jura. Colonsay to the west and they're heading down the Snd. of Islay. It can get very choppy thereabouts with strong tidal flows. I was there a couple of months ago, thankfully it wasn't quite as rough.
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