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Now that's an agenda!!!!!
What a list!!!!
I can show this to Jody and just tell her ' who needs Italy....when there is so much to do in SCotland!!!!!' tongue.gif I don't think she'll buy it though... wink.gif

Thanks for posting this, Cat!
It'll prob. be 3-5 yrs before I'm back your way so I can research the list and make m'to do list.....





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I thought it was an amazing list - and might help overseas visitors to start thinking about a couple of the items to put on their travl itinerary!
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Posted: 29-Mar-2004, 01:46 PM
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...and visitors from the continent as well! Thank you for posting, Cat...the list is amazing, informative and helpful! smile.gif

barddas, when did you change your title...it's awesome! tongue.gif biggrin.gif


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Posted: 29-Mar-2004, 01:51 PM
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I've done a few of these but there are a great many that I haven't. The Broons and Oor Wullie annuals were in my Christmas stocking every year when I was small. biggrin.gif


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Posted: 29-Mar-2004, 03:55 PM
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Mine, too,Jules
But I always preferred the year it was the Broons - I could take or leave OW...! PC Murdoch was probably my favourite character in OW!
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Did some of them already, but I'm afraid I'll never bag the munro's... One thing is missing tho I think. Go have a wee swim in Loch Ness. Yes it's freezing but it's also quite wonderful and creepy.. Jumped off our boat when we sailed the Caledonian Canal (which is nicer than driving it up). But tourist-sailors over here need a couple of lessons in how to behave on the waters... it was worse than on the Ijsselmeer or the Northsea....


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Yes, I fear my days of attempting to Bag any M's have well and truly passed!

I used to swim in both Loch Ness and the river Ness... and it's where I learned to sail, too! That water is, without a doubt, the COLDEST I have ever come across!

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What a great list biggrin.gif I`ve did a few, still a lot to go though unsure.gif

One of the most memorable landing on Barra is definitely up there thumbs_up.gif
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aye.. we're taking time off from the daily hassle and lounge around on the couch alot (with one of them electrical heating pillows in my back biggrin.gif )

I learned sailing on the Ijsselmeer but 2 years ago me and some friends hired a boat up here and sailed up the caledonian canal.. it was great
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Well when I get out there to scotland I have a list now of things to do. angel_not.gif
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I'm glad you liked the list, but I cannot take credit, I just copied it from a Glasgow newspaper!
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Goodness! Cat! You have given us quite a list! You are ever so helpful.....thank you! I definitely want to go to the Glasgow School of Art..............among many other things! I am really excited about Edinburgh too cause I have a friend who was there on a business trip not to long ago and he loved it there!


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CR, since you and yer husband are going over to Scotland. You should really look over this list to see what you can squeeze in!!!! wink.gif king.gif
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Someday I will do all that is listed. Don't know when but I will!

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