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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    You obviously haven't seen Ashley's car then Mike. ...
    I sense jealousy again, I apologise as Martin often gets this obsession with my car, he can't handle the fact that I've driven more miles in my car & that he doesn't have lichen on his bumpers.
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    Slainte var !, just joined folks, had a couple of rounds of lurking round the site, first impression SIZE matters, I've been a forum user for several years now and know that 'pro-boards' have several formats for their forums-BIG ONES (like this one) and more user friendly and compact ones (I'm sure Ashley the site guru will be aware of these)-not for me to choose-only to comment upon-KISS
    anyhoo my name is Jim, I live near the foothills of the Trossachs national park and have been an avid 'roamer' for years.
    I wish you all a happy and prosperous New year, "may yer lums reek lang"

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    Not been to Scotland since i was a lad, stunning place.
    Thinking of taking my boys there this summer - Can anyone please tell where are the origional Caledonian forests are located?
    There's no brew without fire.

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    Hi Klause, the Caledonian forest has all nearly vanished, there is still a large tract of original forest left which is situated to the west of Loch Ness in Invernesshire, there are various small remnants dotted around Scotland, the most southerly being around the area of Callander just north of Stirling, you can tell your in 'old' forrest by the scale of the trees and the 'look' of them they have a distinctly 'Jurassic park' feel.

    here is a usefull link

    http://www.treesforlife.org.uk/tfl.visi.html

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiltie View Post
    Thanks Kiltie
    There's no brew without fire.

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    Maybe we can think of a get together somewhere up the Royal Dee side .
    Ballater or Bramar someplace like that .. Its beautiful there any time of the year.
    Just a thought

    Cheers
    AL

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    Be up there soon

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    Thinking Dumfries as cheap on train with bike, get of at Gretna and travel the coast slow, slow, end up in the forest area

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    there is a bus that goes to fort augustas...you could go there and cross the hill to the forest...

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    aye well said. What other country can you wander without hindrance


    Norrie

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