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6 hours ago, Billy Rubin said:

Forrest Hills ? 

No it was further west along the B829. There was a shop and post office owned by Mr & Mrs MacDonald who my folks knew well. The lodge was situated just up the hill opposite the shop. It was owned by the laird at the time and apparently my grandfather pulled him out of the loch one day when he somehow ended up falling off his boat. As a reward the laird let my family have free use of his lodge every summer holiday for as long as they wanted. The lodge has been long demolished decades ago. Apparently there was no running water which had to be brought from a nearby stream!

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15 minutes ago, jimmy boo said:

No it was further west along the B829. There was a shop and post office owned by Mr & Mrs MacDonald who my folks knew well. The lodge was situated just up the hill opposite the shop. It was owned by the laird at the time and apparently my grandfather pulled him out of the loch one day when he somehow ended up falling off his boat. As a reward the laird let my family have free use of his lodge every summer holiday for as long as they wanted. The lodge has been long demolished decades ago. Apparently there was no running water which had to be brought from a nearby stream!

^^^

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1 hour ago, ThatBoyRonaldo said:
1 hour ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:
Any Scotsman who chooses to go  to Cambridge deserves contempt.

Ah, an Oxford man.

Or Hull

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