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04 August 2007

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Beat Attitude

If we visit you (perhaps we have already) you won't know anything about it. B-)

Jimmy McPhee

My Father was brought up with many brothers and sisters in a croft in Drumlemble it was called 'The Juck Hoose' because at one time the people who lived there had lots of ducks.
His Father was confined to bed because of a stroke for ten years before he died so the family had some hard times.
The last time I was in Campbeltown it was to attend an uncle's funeral while the funeral service was being conducted at the cemetery the police were going round all the cars taking the numbers and booking a car with an expired tax disc.
It was like a scene from a mafia movie.
It is a lovely place to visit though for a few sunny summer days.

Allan

Great surfing beach, did you take your longboard? ;)

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