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    Quote Originally Posted by thosoneill View Post
    The Arch Inn just by the campsite always have real ale on tap

    Arch Inn as the man said........ Also worth a visit to the Argyll Hotel at end of Argyle St-they have been having some interesting real ales on recently as well as "local" brews

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    Quote Originally Posted by west coast traveller View Post
    Arch Inn as the man said........ Also worth a visit to the Argyll Hotel at end of Argyle St-they have been having some interesting real ales on recently as well as "local" brews
    Forgot you lived in Ullapool


    Could you put the bunting up

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    Quote Originally Posted by H.R.H. OONYACK View Post
    Forgot you lived in Ullapool


    Could you put the bunting up
    no sooner said than done..................whilst on the subject of a warm welcome and good pubs (warm welcome guarenteed anyway) good idea to check Saturday night "last orders" time where you end up as local "upholders of the law" very strict about enforcing 12 midnight closing/supping up, on account of the Sabbath -those from "the Misty Isle" will be familiar with this quaint custom. Usually late license at the Seaforth and likely at the Arch anyway.
    See you all there

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    Quote Originally Posted by west coast traveller View Post
    good idea to check Saturday night "last orders" time where you end up as local "upholders of the law" very strict about enforcing 12 midnight closing/supping up, on account of the Sabbath -
    Cairyoots are your friend

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    Sabbath are playing? Cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatton View Post
    Sabbath are playing? Cool
    ......nice one

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    friday afternoon for all things drinkable

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    We should pitch up some time on Friday afternoon
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    Quote Originally Posted by thosoneill View Post
    The Arch Inn just by the campsite always have real ale on tap
    Quote Originally Posted by west coast traveller View Post
    Arch Inn as the man said........ Also worth a visit to the Argyll Hotel at end of Argyle St-they have been having some interesting real ales on recently as well as "local" brews
    Much excellento.

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    I suffer from brewers asthma

    bollox wrong quip

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    I suffer from brewers constipation

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    Quote Originally Posted by H.R.H. OONYACK View Post

    Could you put the bunting up
    There's room in my tent for any bird.



    But if it shits on my head, you're getting the laundry bill.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by west coast traveller View Post
    no sooner said than done..................whilst on the subject of a warm welcome and good pubs (warm welcome guarenteed anyway) good idea to check Saturday night "last orders" time where you end up as local "upholders of the law" very strict about enforcing 12 midnight closing/supping up, on account of the Sabbath -those from "the Misty Isle" will be familiar with this quaint custom. Usually late license at the Seaforth and likely at the Arch anyway.
    See you all there
    There should be no point in staying in the pubs after Midnight on Saturday anyway - as we should have drunk all the decent beer by then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klanky View Post


    But if it shits on my head, you're getting the laundry bill.....
    Wee basturds if ye think magpies are bad the bunting is on another level

    Rabs ragin as wan nicked his Birthday bunnet


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    Should be in town early afternoon though with the heat of the Scottish sun will have a bit of a thirst on

    Maybe have a pub and a time set? 4PM somewhere? couple of cold ones? Especially if it's somewhere overlooking the road into town so we can salute the arrivers

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    hope to be there friday lunch time

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