The Forth Bridge

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  1. Selmer50mark

    Selmer50mark Active Member

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  2. nigelrb

    nigelrb Senior Member

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    For the geographically challenged, where is it?
     
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    hitch Well-Known Member

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    The forth of Firth
     
  4. bazzashadow

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    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:p
     
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  5. Selmer50mark

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    It's South Queensferry, and I'm at the Rail Bridge pub with a pint of Guinness ...
    And the wife ;)
     
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    I did wonder
    I didn’t think it was high enough for the forth
     
  7. bazzashadow

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    I need to try and educate myself more before I post on the internet :(
    What a fool I must look:rolleyes:
    Oh well at least I can laugh at my self
    Everyone else is;):p:p:p
     
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    @Selmer50mark
    Have you been to Leith? Is it a nice/interesting place to stay for a couple of nights?
     
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    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.
     
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    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...
     
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    Erm, so how is Di? I'm sure she'll enjoy Edinburgh:D
     
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    Errrm it's for a big hairy fireman actually :rolleyes:

    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 :eek:
     
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    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?:rolleyes:;)
     
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    Some dodgy friction on the cat cushion?o_O
     
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    Hardly. Wouldn't generate enough heat.

    Besides, I encounter more than enough friction on here!!:D
     
  17. Selmer50mark

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    @Lozzy No , spent most of the time the other side of the Forth :) just got back home
    and unpacked ;)
     
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