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    Photie thread

    nae doubt there's loads o' photies, i only took the one

    dunno whit this is a' aboot
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    Aw for fek's sake

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    Quote Originally Posted by robmack View Post
    Aw for fek's sake


    gawd bless ye....
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    Great foatie

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    It's fabulous being a priest - think of all that comfort you bring to the sick and dying. They love it, they can't get enough of it!







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    Quote Originally Posted by wully View Post
    Great foatie
    aye, quality

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    Think I might have made a mistake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    Think I might have made a mistake...
    So what did you confess to ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    Think I might have made a mistake...
    Dinnae say you thought that Rab was a real priest and you let him touch you up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voyager View Post
    So what did you confess to ?


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    No, I meant when I changed my avatar photie after I got home...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post
    Dinnae say you thought that Rab was a real priest and you let him touch you up
    Didn't get touched up by anyone this weekend.



    (despite my best attempts )

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    Didn't get touched up by anyone this weekend.



    (despite my best attempts )
    Mibee if yae'd comb yer hair yae might hiv been in way a shout
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    Quote Originally Posted by robmack View Post
    Mibee if yae'd comb yer hair yae might hiv been in way a shout
    Just trying to make sure everyone else had an equal chance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post
    Dinnae say you thought that Rab was a real priest and you let him touch you up


    he's displayed a remarkable talent at making me kneel before him when he arrived on Friday....it was just like being an alter boy again.....


    those bloody murderous hands of his.....
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    A pictures worth a thousand words, and that one speaks volumes. I resisted the demand to kiss his ring though, mind you he asked just about everyone and most resisted.

    it's yer own fault Rab, you shold know better!

    Can we have a Father Rab smilie now?

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    Right . . Here we go . . my very slow Internet connection has finally passed my selected photos to Photobucket


    Friday afternoon - and people are arriving and looking forward to an enjoyable weekend. Well, Tracy (Cunning Fox's better half) and Di (Fruitcake) are, anyway





    Outside, the rain stopped long enough for 'discussion groups' to form - Tracy, Skinnerscotch, Garfield and H.R.H. Oonyack pose for the photie.





    Robmack had arrived on his 'new' bike - picked up the day before.





    Likewise, Shep had left his 1200GSA at home in favour of his new R100GS.






    Thunder brought his immaculate 'Kalahari' to the party. The 'Desert Storm' is still being fettled for the Calum's Road trip next Jan.





    That evening (Friday) we gathered at the local Pub/Hotel/Bar for drink and food. It was a short walk through some typical Skye Scenery.








    Amongst those already seated were . . Robmack, Neil23 & Sir James Burton (with Indicisive hiding under his hat in the distance).





    Indicisive (Tom) - busy setting up his camera.





    On Saturday morning the sun was out briefly (pity I didn't re-set my camera from the night before ). Thunder was caught next to a trailer-load of his empties







    Some of those who are going on the "Calum's Road" trip in January 2010 went to Raasay to see the starting point. Here 'Outtomunch (Andres) and his girlfriend (sorry - I've forgotten your name ) lead the way.





    Followed by Neil23.





    And Freeloader.





    On Saturday evening, Taxis were booked to take everyone to the Old Inn at Carbost - Here Shep, Shapeshifter and Brassmonkey climb aboard.





    We had the whole dining Room - here, Fruitcake (Di), Tracy, Cunning fox (Andi) and Freeloader (David) scan the menu.






    Across the room, Skinnerscotch (Ewan), Garfield (Paul), Shapeshifter (Bob) and Brassmonkey get stuck in.






    GC (Gordon) gives Indicisive (Tom) some tips on the easiest way to shell Langostines






    Tom appears to be unconvinced






    Later, back at the bunkhouse, a sleepless night in a tent appears to be catching up with Kathleen (Mrs GC). Ronno scans the assorted bottles of obscure liquor.







    A portrait of Garfield (for no particular reason ).





    Wully is demonstrating something to Robmack - Maybe this should be the subject of a caption competition







    Whatever it is that Wullie is explaining . . . Sockpuppet is unimpressed.







    Skinnerscotch doesn't seem impressed either






    Meanwhile, over at the serious drinking side of the room, Brassmonkey's home-brewed "Monkeyjuice" is receiving a mixed reception (Cunning Fox, Brassmonkey and GC (Gordon).







    Kathleen is negotiating with Shep for an engraving job for an upcoming special occasion, while Fruitcake, Garfield and Ronno spectate.





    It seems as though Skinnerscotch can't understand where the drink has gone . . . .






    But GC (being in the trade) confirms that it has . . . .







    It looks as though Robmack and Wullie are listening to an unfolding tale . . . .







    Ah - That explains it (Trickday listens intently to Johnny's story)







    I bet you didn't know you could have so much fun with a packet of Shortbread . . . .






    Yes - a good evening was had by all.

    Thanks again to Johnny and Rob for organising the weekend. I hope everyone got home safely.


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