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    Re: Simon Winchester's Pacific tales

    Very interesting, worth the worth the time.

    The 'off the cuff' were well answered.

    Ranald

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    Thank, Ranald
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    The blind boy who learned to see with sound

    The blind boy who learned to see with sound

    C0http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/disability-35550768

    On 26 January 2015, 10-year old Ethan Loch, from Bonnybridge, near Falkirk, walked through the doors...
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    To ELDA - A Very Happy Birthday

    Yes Elda its YOUR Happy Day - All The Very Best

    Lots Of Love from all the gang XXXXXXX
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    Re: A HAPPY BIRTHDAY

    Well done Alastair.... a 'full plus' Scottish breakfast, glad it was enjoyable.

    You will take some time to enjoy the feast !!

    Happy Birthday

    Ranald
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    A HAPPY BIRTHDAY

    A HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Alastair
    :smile:
    and many more to come
    :smile:
    Have a GREAT DAY
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    Re: Scottish Radio Show

    Hi Sandy, well done, and I liked the programs, and I think Alastair will be pleased that you have found the program.

    Thanks....

    Ranald
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    Re: Crozier

    Thank you for the recent up dates of books, with a great of information, which will keep my readings for months !!

    Recently you also had a book, in which there was a reference to the name BROWN...
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    Re: New Year's Greetings

    Hi John, it will be another 11 + hours before our new year in the UK.

    That does not stop me wishing you and those in the new year, and those when they will all be in 2016, so I pass on to ALL good...
  9. A cat has adopted an abandoned piglet in Romania

    Perhaps there is lesson for mankind ?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/22593911

    If only ?

    Ranald
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    Re: Reliques of Robert Burns

    Hi Alastair, although I am not a 'Burns Man', although I like many of his works.

    The 'extra, information within the book is very interesting, and will take time to digest and enjoy.

    I hope...
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    Re: Scottish Characteristics

    I can 'hear' the voices, especially the young teenage girls lol

    Ranald
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    Re: Scotland and the Scotch

    Not what I was expecting, and the lady, has given some excellent detail.

    The description of the Falls of Foyers, gives an idea how impressive it was, before the the hydro scheme.

    Ranald
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    Re: A Scotch Playhouse

    ]Hi Alastair, I now have both books, and find them both very interesting[.

    I had no idea that the book was 'talking' back in the late 1600 and onwards.

    Several mentions of Sir Walter Scott, and...
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    Re: SKYE - JURESSIC ISLAND

    JURASSIC again, here is another link.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-34976857

    As I said, I hope the video works for all viewers.

    Ranald
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    SKYE - JURESSIC ISLAND

    Being a BBC site, I hope this link will work for all.

    http://www.bbc.com/earth/bespoke/story/journey-to-jurassic-island/index.html

    The 'foot prints' have been there for millions of years.
    ...
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    Re: The Winter Queen

    Hi Alastair, many thanks for sorting the 'missing' page, all is well now...

    Ranald
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    Re: Newsletter 27th November 2015

    That's what I was wondering...... ?

    Ranald
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    Re: New Section - Snippets

    \Hi Alastair, yes a good selection or historical articles.

    The 'war' information very interesting, especially about the bombing by their own forces of the German prisoners of war camp in...
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    Re: "geysers"

    You do not mention the area is where 'Henderson's farm' is located....

    Just a thought....

    Ranald
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    Re: "geysers"

    Google search gives several links, but the following is relevant to Scotland.....

    http://www.siliconglen.scot/Scotland/12_19.html

    BTW - your spelling is the way some locals would say the name...
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    Re: Nothing Important

    Diane, sorry but I left out the word 'NO' in the first message.....'NO street cameras.

    But do get an aerial view of the base and surrounding area.

    It might be my version of Google Earth that is...
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    Re: Nothing Important

    Hi Diane, I used Google Earth, to have a look round Grafenwohr. It seems to be a large 'base', and because of that, there are road cameras.

    There a few links which gives a 'picture' of the general...
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    Re: Newsletter 6th November 2015

    Sorry for the duplication,caused by a message saying 'saved did not work'.

    Ranald
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    Re: Newsletter 6th November 2015

    If I can suggest, a worthwhile and amusing read, especially considering the date when it was written.

    link is http://www.electricscotland.com/history/nation/scotchwords.pdf

    Talk about 'a play...
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    Re: Newsletter 6th November 2015

    Many thanks for the the reply Alastair. The update as shown in your message gives all the links, which all work.

    I have tried 'refresh' on the original page which still does not show the working...
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