Discussion in 'Chat about anything non Summer Wine' started by Pearl, Sep 9, 2017.
If we must be pedantic, LANG MAY YOUR LUM REEK translates as long may your chimney (lum) smoke(reek)
"Puckled"?? Sir, where I come from it is pronounced PUGGLED!
It's the last wee oors of your trip Pearl hope you enjoy it , so "gie it laldy despite if it's a driech day, even if you are fair puckled" [ go for it m'lady even if the weather is somewhat inclement [laldy is gusto] even if you are struggling for breath from all the walking] . " Keep the heid ! Whit's fur ye'll no go by ye , Long may yer lum reek" [Stay calm, whatever will be will be, may you stay well and live long]
An inactive volcano???
There's Captains name in the hat
Sign seems to say welcome to Glencoe Woodland Walk so it the hills around Glencoe [or as Trigger from Fools and Horses would say that's Scotland Dave]
I think the reason I am not sure is because when I went there about a month or so ago the cloud was on the ground and the rain was blowing horizontally. Only saw shadows of hills through the gloom.
In other words typical weather for the area
Haven't got a clue Pearl......Norway??????
where am I picture 5
That's twice your names going into the hat. I thought I better start dumming it down a bit.
I am only guessing here, but would your latest location be Arduaine Garden???? Perhaps the lookout area???
Arduaine Garden is 20 miles south of Oban and 19 miles north of Lochgilphead on the A816.
Ordnance Survey Ref: NM794103
I need some fettling done on my right knee, if you could fit that into your (what will be!) BUSY schedule on your return!
Though I may enjoy a good fettling
Or petrified of Lincolnshire as Terry could also be known when Pearl catches up with him
Attention Seeker !!
I think your pictures are great
I'm taking mental notes of names of people that need a fettling when I return.
Separate names with a comma.