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PostPosted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:43 pm 
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lovely pic's 8)


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Lovely place to ride/camp/walk 8) Nice pics.

A favorite destination for Victorians i believe :? ,there was a pier that passenger ships docked at.Some of the heavy wooden pilings are still there at the end of Etive road.
[Please dont be cutting it for firewood if you camp there :wink: ]


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Brilliant photos Mr P :wink:

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im jealous mr p, beautiful pics


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Great pics, superb scenery. It won't be long 'til Winter when you'll be able to get a piccy of your face and say "orange".

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dyna-ti wrote:
Lovely place to ride/camp/walk 8) Nice pics.

A favorite destination for Victorians i believe :? ,there was a pier that passenger ships docked at.Some of the heavy wooden pilings are still there at the end of Etive road.
[Please dont be cutting it for firewood if you camp there :wink: ]



That's right Dyna, the boat we used to cross etive on the april epic stopped just next to it both piers are "listed"

Brilliant Photos again Mr P.


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Nice pics.

Tyres look sweet on that bike.


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Those pics sum up what retro biking's all about for me. Wonderful.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:23 am 
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You didn't take all those pics through the orange lenses of your cycling shades, did you? Even made the tyres of your Carrera look orange....

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Superb pics indeed!! Make me want to get in the car and drive far, far away from grey, flat London.....


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oh for such scenary within a sensible drive... very impressive pictures.


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