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Winger

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Back to the 2CV. The last time I filled my car up with fuel one pulled up alongside me. It was a 1982 model and looked immaculate.
I got chatting to the owner who advised me he had it from new. Speedo reading of 257,000 and still going strong. Bought for £400 on a trade in. A duck egg blue colour
 

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We had a couple of 2CV’s in the ‘90’s. A Plums n Custard Dolly and a Teal blue one. Both brilliant fun, when our daughter was young, we had a friend over from the USA who looked after her before she started school.
Our friend used the 2CV daily and loved it.

There are 2 in our village, and a Dyanne. The Owners are all members of a local Deux Chevaux club who have rallies every month during the good weather. It’s great to see them when they all start off from the local Marie and drive past our house.
 
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We should have been there in April, gutted we didn’t make it, next year, who knows!!!!?
Hope you do, great city, great people.
The aquarium (second largest in the world) well worth a visit.
 
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Posting tonight won’t be able to tomorrow.
These shots were all taken within map area.
The first one is Eilean Donin Castle at night.
The second photo was taken in Plockton.
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I never tire of Plockton, had many a good time launching our boat from there, and trading an evening meal at the Plockton Hotel for a few freshly gathered scallops.

Note the map and the Crowlin Islands, I'm taking Robmac there when he gets his new to him boat fae Glasgae, hurry up Rob wae the boat, we are being allowed oot soon!!
 

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Posting tonight won’t be able to tomorrow.
These shots were all taken within map area.
The first one is Eilean Donin Castle at night.
The second photo was taken in Plockton.
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We usually stay on a little site there and just off the site is a lovely home bakery and pizza place
 

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The monument to 911 meant so much to me. As a retired firefighter I know what they went through, I understood what emotions were running through their minds on that saddest of days. But that to was laced with anger. Why, well they should never have been put into that position, and the authorities should have known of the possibility of building collapse. In the richest most powerful country on the planet they did not even supply these men with radios that could communicate with the outside. When the north tower came down, those that would perish inside the south tower were not even aware of this. And nobody has been held to account for this, nobody. Not even a proper enquiry. RIP. The other two shots are from Brooklyn bridge.
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