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#37694 - 15/08/05 09:13 AM Our Norman
Tom de Sherwood Offline

Registered: 24/11/04
Posts: 264
Loc: Nottingham, England
Nice one Norman. Keep reeling them in. They just don't get your dry humor, do they?

Even if it's directed at me mate, don't stop. It gives me a laugh anyway.

If we ever meet maybe we can have a pint of "Black Sheep", (one each I mean, [img][/img] )

#37695 - 15/08/05 11:30 AM Re: Our Norman

I used to play golf but this is far better sport. It's about time you bought a drink!

You wont get much change from half a crown these days,you know !

I am on the Guiness this week as I am off to Donegal next week for a 6 day coastal walk.

I find I need a few gallons of the stuff to get acclimatized, so to speak.

It's nectar over there as are the porters and stouts, infact Guiness,Porters and Stouts, thats the only GPS system I use.

Although mid August, Donegal remains a virtual tourist free zone.

I think Jonny Foreigner thinks its N.Ireland and he might get taken out by some provo sniper.

#37696 - 16/08/05 12:20 AM Re: Our Norman
Gregg Offline
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Registered: 18/01/05
Posts: 369
Loc: Cotati, CA, USA
Sorry Tom. I had to ask Norman if he is going to Glean Cholm Cille in Donegal.

Last year, I did the 6 day hill walk with Tony at Oideas Gael college there. It was quite a challenge to keep from getting blown off the cliffs and breaking trail over the hills and across the bogs. The pubs aren't
bad either, some great music and stout.

Norman, let us know how it goes. Good luck on the weather.

#37697 - 16/08/05 03:19 AM Re: Our Norman
Trekker Offline

Registered: 08/02/05
Posts: 172
Loc: Birmingham US

Safe Journey & All the Best!

#37698 - 16/08/05 05:01 PM Re: Our Norman
Tom de Sherwood Offline

Registered: 24/11/04
Posts: 264
Loc: Nottingham, England
You might get wet on the outside on the west coast, but you will certainly get wet on the inside. Have a great time Norman, wish I was with you. I was born in Co. Antrim many moons ago.


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