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Hi I think you are right we should all be working together it is good to be on your own but Bob is right as well it might be easier to set up with Tayside or Lothian as your boinderies over lap a bit but if you want any help we are just give us a shout and we will try and help
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Well, thats Scotland almost covered, apart from Dumfries & Galloway(?) I think..... Anyone down that way want to get a group started? There must be someone down there who`d be up for it, especially with all the floods etc they get!
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Maybe not quite Scotland almost covered - no word from these chaps yet !!!

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Maybe not quite Scotland almost covered - no word from these chaps yet !!!

Never heard of `em Stuart..... or is this a wind-up?
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Never heard of `em Stuart..... or is this a wind-up?

Length 31 m (102 ft) Width 25.3 m (83 ft)
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. . . . and 200 miles west of Outer Hebrides!
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Ah way out in the atlantic.... is it part of scotland?
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Length 31 m (102 ft) Width 25.3 m (83 ft)
You could get one vehicle on there, might not see much action though!
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Sorry lads, you're all too late. Jock McPorridge has been in touch to say he is now operational and is hoping his handbrake will hold!

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Good man Jock, parcel of wheel chocks and chocolate bars on its way!
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