It's good to be home...sort of

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Postby piscateur » Tue Jul 11, 2017 11:04 am

Dayum you get around! Need to visit the Balkans one day



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Postby Sinsemilla » Tue Jul 11, 2017 5:46 pm

Great photos! Beautiful landscape

The photo of your dog with the different color eyes is perfect!

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Postby CarlG » Tue Jul 11, 2017 6:16 pm

Ah Broomy, you missed out on some great fishing on the Scottish west coast. The old man and his mates used to fish the sea lochs up there. Some awesome Cod fishing up there, big Pollack and Haddock. The East Coast, (I used to live just South of the border), has some pretty good Cod, and my favourite, Coalfish. The further North you go, the better the fishing, Norway has some unbelievable fishing, some of the Coalies and Halibut have to be seen to be believed, (always wished I got to Northern Norway).
Great photos as always.!
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Postby Broomstick » Wed Jul 12, 2017 9:15 am

CarlG wrote:Ah Broomy, you missed out on some great fishing on the Scottish west coast. The old man and his mates used to fish the sea lochs up there. Some awesome Cod fishing up there, big Pollack and Haddock. The East Coast, (I used to live just South of the border), has some pretty good Cod, and my favourite, Coalfish. The further North you go, the better the fishing, Norway has some unbelievable fishing, some of the Coalies and Halibut have to be seen to be believed, (always wished I got to Northern Norway).
Great photos as always.!


Thanks Carl, we spent a day on the Isle of Skye and some of the water there looked amazing. We went to Neist Point and there were a couple of guys fishing off the rocks for tope - probably the most beautiful rock platform I've ever seen. I'll be taking a rod with me next time for sure.

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Postby Broomstick » Wed Jul 12, 2017 9:27 am

piscateur wrote:Dayum you get around! Need to visit the Balkans one day


I need to go back with a rod!

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Postby Texas » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:31 am

Sinsemilla wrote:Great photos! Beautiful landscape

The photo of your dog with the different color eyes is perfect!

Anth


Great stuff as usual Pat.
Now see how my memory is (dogs) :- 1st photo is Luna (of the moon), 2nd is Lambo (Rambo with an L) (& the girlfriend Lara (town up the road)).
I really just remember, the 3 L's. Why I don't know, lucky to remember my own name.

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Postby Pedro » Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:54 pm

Outstanding pics and report. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: It's good to be home...sort of

Postby Sinsemilla » Wed Jul 12, 2017 8:46 pm

Texas wrote:
Sinsemilla wrote:Great photos! Beautiful landscape

The photo of your dog with the different color eyes is perfect!

Anth


Great stuff as usual Pat.
Now see how my memory is (dogs) :- 1st photo is Luna (of the moon), 2nd is Lambo (Rambo with an L) (& the girlfriend Lara (town up the road)).
I really just remember, the 3 L's. Why I don't know, lucky to remember my own name.

Cheers
Gra


I was going to say Luna but i wasn't sure. I like your technique to remember the names!

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Postby Broomstick » Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:08 am

Texas wrote:
Sinsemilla wrote:Great photos! Beautiful landscape

The photo of your dog with the different color eyes is perfect!

Anth


Great stuff as usual Pat.
Now see how my memory is (dogs) :- 1st photo is Luna (of the moon), 2nd is Lambo (Rambo with an L) (& the girlfriend Lara (town up the road)).
I really just remember, the 3 L's. Why I don't know, lucky to remember my own name.

Cheers
Gra


Close Gra, it's Lando (after Lando Calrissian from star wars). 2.5/3 ain't bad!


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