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1 hour ago, Parklife said:

Haircut - About to commence 

Short back and sides?

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3 hours ago, BrianFaePerth said:

Spent the morning in the skies above Perth in a wee Cessna. Fuckin glorious.

 

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Amazing. 🙄

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30 minutes ago, BrianFaePerth said:

Prove you’re not a prick first. Eh have time.

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On 8/26/2021 at 10:48 AM, Studebaker-90 said:

Cheers laich. Had our fill of walking for the past week. Some absolutely stunning scenery to be found. 

Well,got back from a few days on the West coast and see what you mean about the serivce over there.Stopped across the road fae a restaurant beside the Glencoe Inn/hotel? There was an outside eating area with nobody there despite it being a Saturday and the area stowed out with visitors.Watched as folks walked up to the front of the restaurant,looking confused as to whether it was open or not,and walking away.Walked up myself,and had a wander round the back to find the entrance and some punters there.No signs to say "go round the back".Must have lost about 8 potential customers within the 20mins I was across the road.

    Chipper at Mallaig closed at 6pm Friday night,Nisa shop in Glencoe closed at 6pm on a Sat night.Reckon they have meetings to discuss minimising business opportunities?

   Back in the N/E,early morning bacon bap and coffee,followed by a wander at Drumelzie wood from West Cairnbeg.Get to it via the first farm track on your right to the south.Car park at the end

   #beachvibes@Stoney

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15 minutes ago, Laichomoray said:

Back in the N/E,early morning bacon bap and coffee,followed by a wander at Drumelzie wood from West Cairnbeg.Get to it via the first farm track on your right to the south.Car park at the end

Previously tried to do a walk round those woods but could not find a way to access them as it just looked like it was a farm track.

So heading South on the B966 is that the first right after West Cairnbeg? Cannot see a car park from the road if memory serves me correctly.

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6 minutes ago, For Fecks Sake said:

Previously tried to do a walk round those woods but could not find a way to access them as it just looked like it was a farm track.

So heading South on the B966 is that the first right after West Cairnbeg? Cannot see a car park from the road if memory serves me correctly.

Aye,first right track after West Cairnbeg,looks more like a private farm track,but you come to a Car park at the end after a few twists and turns( not visible from the road)

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31 minutes ago, Laichomoray said:

Stopped across the road fae a restaurant beside the Glencoe Inn/hotel? There was an outside eating area with nobody there despite it being a Saturday and the area stowed out with visitors.Watched as folks walked up to the front of the restaurant,looking confused as to whether it was open or not,and walking away.Walked up myself,and had a wander round the back to find the entrance and some punters there.No signs to say "go round the back".Must have lost about 8 potential customers within the 20mins I was across the road.   

You mean a sign like this? 

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13 minutes ago, Redforever86 said:

You mean a sign like this? 

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Canna mind seeing that sign last week,is it always there? Even if it was, its pointing to the seating area round the corner,folks were going up that path,and still unsure what the script was.Maybe another sign at the top?

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3 minutes ago, Laichomoray said:

Canna mind seeing that sign last week,is it always there? Even if it was, folks were going up that path, and still unsure what the script was.Maybe another sign at the top?

Not been past it recently so couldn't say for sure. It is a stupid building design regardless. I'm sure they are busy enough any way and don't think it's anything special so you never missed out.

Where did you end up eating? Regards the Nisa in Glencoe there is a decent co-op in Ballachulish that's open until 10pm if you are ever back this way. 

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11 minutes ago, Redforever86 said:

Not been past it recently so couldn't say for sure. It is a stupid building design regardless. I'm sure they are busy enough any way and don't think it's anything special so you never missed out.

Where did you end up eating? Regards the Nisa in Glencoe there is a decent co-op in Ballachulish that's open until 10pm if you are ever back this way. 

Nae probs,aye know the Co-op you mean.Love the area nonetheless,I'm winging because its frustrating seeing them not make a pound while the chances are there.

   Ended up eating outside round the back of that place,decent enough.Got a pint from the Hotel next door 

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21 minutes ago, Bad_Mobby said:

Why does everywhere close at 6 RF86? 

Not that many places do, I presume they can't get staff, it isn't profitable (or worth it) to stay open or the likes of the shop owner maybe just wants some time aff. 

 

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3 minutes ago, Henry said:

Love Travis

Nice village between Oldmeldrum and Methlick 

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30 minutes ago, Laichomoray said:

I'm winging because its frustrating seeing them not make a pound while the chances are there.

Aye know what you mean, some folk just need a break or are semi retired. There are places I have heard of closing for a whole week at this time of year to have a holiday/break/rest whatever you want to call it. Places that close two days a week etc too. 

Each to their own. 

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That Glencoe gathering place is the place that served me battered scallops a few months ago.

 

soggy and slimy chaos! 
 

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battered scallops!!?? 
any good?

 

id try them, but can’t decide if it’s genius or madness 

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Visited family 

Made a Bolognese avec vin  

About to go golf (with beers) 

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23 minutes ago, Bad_Mobby said:

Surely overcook the bastards by deep frying the cunts 

that was my thinking.

but battered scampi is ace. only ever seen it from an ashvale before tho

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Went for a walk with the wee one.

Went for lunch with her (Italian)

Dropped her off to her mum.

Drink copious amounts of el vino (now)

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3 minutes ago, Bluto10 said:

that was my thinking.

but battered scampi is ace. only ever seen it from an ashvale before tho

They weren’t enjoyable 

 

soggy like a Glasgow chipper 

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