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    Nature at its best - crows say thank you

    This link may not work for all, but here is hoping.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-31604026

    Enjoy

    Should the link not work, please let me know.

    Ranald
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    Re: Scotland's History

    Hi Sandy, TVO does not work for the UK..... it looks like a good site.

    Ranald
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    Re: Newsletter 20th February 2015

    Just did a search, and it confirms the 'Horn Milk Bar' IS the one.... lol

    Ranald
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    Re: Newsletter 20th February 2015

    Hi Alastair, would that be the 'Horn Milk Bar' right next to Perthshire Caravans large site to the south of the A90 at Errol?

    If yes, then we often called there, after looking at new caravans and...
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    Re: Enigma Machine #100

    Hi Hugh, here we go again.... I'll try these #5 "He who laughs last, laughs longest" #6 "Lean on me" #9 "Reverse surgery".

    Ranald
  6. Re: Community Home Support Assisting People or CHAP for short.

    I was going to add a link to my message, but Hugh got there first..... lol

    Here is the link, which confirms what my brain was shouting lol

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meals_on_Wheels

    Ranald
  7. Re: Community Home Support Assisting People or CHAP for short.

    My ancient memory had a 'hit'....... 'Meals on Wheels' rang a bell for me.

    It was run by the Women's Auxiliary Service (?) during and after WW2, with the same title.

    Ranald
  8. Re: Community Home Support Assisting People or CHAP for short.

    Hi Alastair, this sounds just something from which what you could benefit.

    I hope all goes well, and look forward to updates.

    Ranald
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    Re: Enigma Machine #99

    Hi Hugh, and others, not full health, but some progress, and I offer :-

    #7 "Forbidden fruits" #10 "Crossed fingers"

    Ranald
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    Another birthday for Elda

    Very many happy birthdays to come, Elda.

    Have a great day.

    Ranald
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    Re: Alastair is 21 Again.

    Very, very sorry to have missed THE DAY. I hope it was a good one for you.

    Whatever virus I was kindly given, is still with me night and day, But a few slashes from my dirk will get me back to...
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    Re: Enigma Machine #96

    Hi Hugh, could that mean #10 "No lunch for you" ?

    I am off to bed now, so here is hoping for progress tomorrow.

    Ranald
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    Re: Enigma Machine #96

    Hi Hugh, and others, I have been struck down with a body virus, and have not fed properly for 8 days.

    I expect another visit from the doctor tomorrow, so here's hoping ! The houses in my area...
  14. Thread: FUNNY!

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    Re: FUNNY!

    Hi Lizzie, a very talented artist..... Thanks

    Ranald
  15. Re: Bones of 'Nessie's cousin' found on Isle of Skye

    Hi Joan, very interesting article. I remember that just prior to WW2, my brother had a plaster cast of an ichthyosaur 'latinus mamous'. (the last two words are from memory, but I have seen the name...
  16. Thread: Dirty Wars

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    Re: Dirty Wars

    Hi All, I should have given some help with one of the links.

    Scanned from the edition I have:-
    http://www.electricscotland.com/bibl...ible%20051.jpg
    (Use the magnifying icon to enlarge the text...
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    Re: Enigma Machine #95

    I had to edit my entry to add this - Ouch, that lady Joan has beaten me again, we are both on at the same time !

    Hi Hugh, I'll start it off with #5 "Piggy back ride".

    Ranald
  18. Thread: Dirty Wars

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    Re: Dirty Wars

    Gordon, to my mind we are already passed the 'DATE'

    Some years ago I came across 'The Self Interpreting Bible', written by a Minister
    in Haddngton (just to the east from Edinburgh) in the late...
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    Re: Enigma Machine #94

    Hi Hugh, I did see Joan's answer for #'5, which was on the second line of the text.

    Then I thought must have been wrong, but you did not comment, and I forgot all about it.

    Don't tell me your...
  20. Thread: The Seafire

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    Re: The Seafire

    Hugh, although the following link gives some idea about the Spitfire - Seafire connection, it is not technical detailed.

    http://freespace.virgin.net/john.dell/seafire.htm

    Ranald
  21. Thread: The Seafire

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    Re: The Seafire

    Hi Alastair, is the 'I' in the story your good self ?

    If yes, I had no idea of your detailed interest in this subject - just like me and my son.

    We go to air shows whenever we can, last year...
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    Re: Enigma Machine #94

    Hi Hugh, nearly there but doubt it is the answer - #3"To know first is correct" ?

    As for #5, another devious one from Doug, but John has got them before.

    Ranald
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    Re: A LOGICIAN'S APPROACH TO SANTA CLAUSE

    John, so that's why my stocking was empty...you have made me cry...... boo hooo

    Little Ranald

    p s 'post not liked....'
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    Re: Enigma Machine #94

    Wow Joan - that was some message, not many questions left.
    Can I try #4 "Rub down" ?

    John....... hurry.....

    Ranald
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    Re: Enigma Machine #94

    Hi Hugh, you have started 'work' early this year !!

    Just had a look at #94 and:-

    #6 "Walk in park" #10 "The beginning of the end" #12 "Spare tyre"

    Ranald
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