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Discussion in 'Photography' started by Selmer50mark, Jun 5, 2019.
For the geographically challenged, where is it?
The forth of Firth
Went over the new one last year and my missus was pooping her self.
Should of opened the door
Did I say that out loud
It's South Queensferry, and I'm at the Rail Bridge pub with a pint of Guinness ...
And the wife
I did wonder
I didn’t think it was high enough for the forth
I need to try and educate myself more before I post on the internet
What a fool I must look
Oh well at least I can laugh at my self
Everyone else is
Have you been to Leith? Is it a nice/interesting place to stay for a couple of nights?
Interesting, its nicer than it used to be, the Shore area is nice, lots of good pubs and eateries.
Whatever you do don't leave your bike on open view / unattended / unlocked or anywhere where it could go missing from in or around Edinburgh.
Cheers for that .... it's not for me it's for a friend who's in a car off hiking but wanting to stop in Edinburgh for 2 nights and had heard leith was nice...
Erm, so how is Di? I'm sure she'll enjoy Edinburgh
Errrm it's for a big hairy fireman actually
Who.... having just shown him a piccy of your bike littered dwelling has said something along the lines of....Fark me that's a bigger fire hazard than one of @Selmer50mark 's pie farts
It continues to amaze me why bikes can be considered a fire hazard inside a house, yet they raise no such concerns inside a closed and heated garage.
Is there something about a house that might cause them to spontaneously combust?
Some dodgy friction on the cat cushion?
Hardly. Wouldn't generate enough heat.
Besides, I encounter more than enough friction on here!!
@Lozzy No , spent most of the time the other side of the Forth just got back home