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Discussion in 'Scotland North' started by fishy1, May 12, 2008.
I live in Kinloss. I'm very new up here and very excited about the possibilities.
30 miles North of Aberdeen is a little village called New Deer and a couple of more miles and thats me. A trout fishery next door with paintball, air rifle club and the local tug-O-war team practicing twice a week. It all happens hear you now!
Probably the same time as flaky moved Sussex to Dee side.
Im in Forres, Morayshire, would be great to meet some locals, does anyone in Inverness know of anywhere for a smallish meet?
Aren't some of the (other) Bushcraft magazine editorial staff from around your way ?
im in edinburgh near the airport,
Living in Drymen at the moment but soon to be Gatehouse of Fleet. So anyone from Gatehouse area please let me know as to meet some locals would be great.
i,m living in killie, but i,m fae kilwinkie .
I've been known to be in that area at times.
Ah another Kiliwinkie man, I'm from the Ironworks or the blacklands as now known originally
yep very handy for the meet up eggy ,i know it like the back of ma hand.i used to plunk the school and go up there and further gunnelin troot.
Not quite Glasgow, not quite Dumbarton!
A Fifer in exile
Just the Welsh side of Chester for the moment - have fond memories of living in Bangor (the Welsh one), Avoch, Skelbo Muir (Dornoch) and out in Washington State.
in a quite fishing village on the clyde called GREENOCK
Born and raised in Castleford. Now living in Bramley, Leeds!!!
Turriff Aberdeenshire, and all of the Bens i can get up away from the trouble and strife
And the cornish can stay as they are Celts after all, and if he/she is providing us all with pasties well all the better!!!!
my grandfather was born in Bathgate. Does that count in some wee way?
Canton, South Dakota via Brook(Kent) and various other places.
Rhodesia Now Zimbabwe