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What have you done today with your Austin Seven
Bowmore last night.

Lagavulin bottle has been empty for a while, I do have a rather nice bottle of Laphroaig thanks to a very generous Forum member though!

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Spent 2 weeks anchored at Port Ellen in 2014 while "restocking the stores".

The best road sign in the world is in Port Ellen.
   
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I know that sign well!

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Bruce, I never ever would want to find myself in that road position, I just could not make up my mind as to which way to go.
Ruairidh,
You mention Laphroaig. It was on a business trip to Aberdeen when I first came about it. My host said it was 20 minutes to my flight time, just time for a quick one in the Runway bar. He ordered a pint of Tennants 10/6d and a Laphroaig and said he’d have the same. My haste to neck them both , worried that I’d miss my flight only encouraged him to call for refills. Needless to say the flight back to Heathrow seemed very quick.
I am always interested in any information about Rosengart details or current owners.
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Never rush an Islay!

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Took the front suspension of the ‘29 chummy chassis this weekend.
Not much there when it is just a pile of parts.....
   
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(11-02-2019, 11:43 PM)Derek Sheldon Wrote: Bruce, I never ever would want to find myself in that road position, I just could not make up my mind as to which way to go.

Personally Ardbeg Derek and it's also within walking distance!
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I had a moment of weakness in Costco and succumbed to a bottle of Laphroaig 'Lore'. I fear I am now on a slippery slope.
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At least it's downhill
Alan Fairless
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