Burns Day 25th January

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  1. wembley88

    wembley88 A Grand Old Team

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    Greetings from Scotland. If you’ve ever mumbled through Auld Lang Syne over new year, it was one of many wonderful poems written by our national treasure Robert Burns. I’ll be sitting down with a dram to listen to Ae fond kiss sung by eddi reader. Cheers all! Wembley
     
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    Dback Jon Killer Snail Contributor

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    Cheers from Clan Gunn!
     
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    Passepartout Valentine's Day

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    Thanks for the heads up!
     
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    I celebrated with my favorite single malt. :cheers:
     
  5. MrYeahbut

    MrYeahbut rilly bruh, rilly?? Contributor

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    Some years ago while visiting Scotland my wife and I had a day trip planned to the Burns museum. We only made it as far as Culzean Castle because of sheets of rain with 40mph winds. It was hard enough driving on the left side but having to drive up on sidewalks to avoid the buses and lorries freaked my wife out. Never made it there.

    I will say the Eisenhower Room at Culzean was really interesting.

    btw, I could listen to the burr forever. I love it!

    Here's a pic I took before the deluge hit...

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