Author Topic: Dover to Cape Wrath walk  (Read 3537 times)

fernman

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #45 on: 08:51:49, 11/09/20 »
In general,I wouldn’t drink Scottish beer if you paid me (with a few exceptions). Single Malt is a different matter.

Whaaaat??  :o
When I camped at Kirkwall in Orkney, the Tesco along the road had a huge selection of bottled beers from small Scottish breweries and they were absolutely wonderful. Quickly got into the habit of having one to accompany dinner, and even my wife used to knock them back (after removing the crown cap with her teeth).

Johnny Thunder

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #46 on: 09:11:40, 11/09/20 »
I can certainly recommend Fierce. They do some lovely brews.

gunwharfman

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #47 on: 09:25:22, 11/09/20 »
My wife has a friend who came over here to Nurse about 40 years ago. Her bloke doesn't eat foreign food.

gunwharfman

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #48 on: 09:27:49, 11/09/20 »
Sorry, still half asleep, the lady came from Malaysia, her parents were Chinese. Her bloke doesn't eat foreign food.

Really enjoyed all of your walk and the photos, well done.

Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #49 on: 07:56:53, 12/09/20 »
Whaaaat??  :o
When I camped at Kirkwall in Orkney, the Tesco along the road had a huge selection of bottled beers from small Scottish breweries and they were absolutely wonderful. Quickly got into the habit of having one to accompany dinner, and even my wife used to knock them back (after removing the crown cap with her teeth).
I did say there were a few exceptions.

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #50 on: 09:09:06, 12/09/20 »
Really enjoyed reading this blog.Shame about the racism in Scotland but these types exist as a minority in most countries.

fernman

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #51 on: 10:59:45, 12/09/20 »
Eagerly awaiting the concluding part. It's a long time coming.

Dodgylegs

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #52 on: 12:54:45, 12/09/20 »
Eagerly awaiting the concluding part. It's a long time coming.
I'm with you on that one fenman

watershed

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #53 on: 16:39:12, 12/09/20 »
Mark has posted the final leg to Cape Wrath O0

Jac

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Re: Dover to Cape Wrath walk
« Reply #54 on: 08:49:57, 14/09/20 »
................................. and breath

what an achievement and thank you for sharing it O0

So many paths yet to walk, so little time left