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Cougar377

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You not keeping tuned in.:smash2:
Kilts and Dacia Dusters.
There is no evidential link between the wearing of kilts and Dacia Duster ownership.

If there was then I'm sure Derek would've posted some pics by now.....
 

Cougar377

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Regional demarcation...
Are you implying that Yorkshire folk have their own kilts...?

Thinking about it, you may be on to something. After all, they'd save money by not buying underwear.
 

Pow-Lo

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Are you implying that Yorkshire folk have their own kilts...?

Thinking about it, you may be on to something. After all, they'd save money by not buying underwear.
Skirts would be cheaper than trousers, too. Less material and less workmanship.
 

Vinterceptor

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:wave: Heh-heh! Every day's a holiday when you're retired! We've always enjoyed looking at historical building etc. and there are plenty to see wherever we go, as well as plenty to learn about who did what to whom, how, when, and why. :naughty2: I never knew Cape Wrath was the biggest military exercise area in Europe until I looked at visiting the lighthouse, and that in itself interested me, but forty quid to get there was a bit too much for my liking - a pub/music/food and dancing girls combination might have changed my mind, though. :biggrin:

Are you still riding - or are you cage-bound these days? Anyway, it's good to hear from you either way and I hope you're keeping well. :wave1:
Keepin well here DA:thumbsup: and still get out on the bike about once a week (got to get my fix before another week of drudgery at work eh:cool:). Typically 2 or 3 hours early on a Sunday and usually home for 8 or 9. Had a very rare longer run out a month or so back met up with a mate (at Penrith) and went up through Kielder forest and Newcastleton etc ended up round Dumfries area.
BTW all the best on your move and retirement, what area of the borders are you in now? Will give you a shout next time Im in your neck of the woods:icon_cafe:
 

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Brilliant! It's a relief to hear you're still out and about - I AM NOT ALONE!!!! :jump:

Please do give me a shout if you're up this way again. We're on the east coast, southern end of the Borders. :thumbsup:
 
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