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  1. #22296
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    HA!!!!


    Good morning, Bret and everyone!
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  2. #22297
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    Good afternoon Laddies.....
    Spent a wee more time in Edinburgh and at the castle today....

    This city's beautiful and very polite gracious people....very impressed....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Lockhart View Post
    Good afternoon Laddies.....
    Spent a wee more time in Edinburgh and at the castle today....

    This city's beautiful and very polite gracious people....very impressed....
    They are not very progressive. It looks the same as it did 8 years ago when I was there.

    Are you going to drive down to do the Nessie tour? It is a bit deliberately corny, but a well worth it lake cruise with a tour of a more delapidated castle on the water. I still have two camera film canisters of Loch Ness water with a stone from the lake in each one. I'll let you all know if a little Nessie starts to grow from them.

    Loch Ness is not very wide, but it is really long and very deep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    They are not very progressive. It looks the same as it did 8 years ago when I was there.

    Are you going to drive down to do the Nessie tour? It is a bit deliberately corny, but a well worth it lake cruise with a tour of a more delapidated castle on the water. I still have two camera film canisters of Loch Ness water with a stone from the lake in each one. I'll let you all know if a little Nessie starts to grow from them.

    Loch Ness is not very wide, but it is really long and very deep.
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    No I'll likely not make it to LockNess....
    I am likely going to try and make it up to the site of the World Cup Downhill Mtn Bike race in Scotland, Fort William and do a ride as well as to Glentress just south of us....

    I am so awed and humbled by the architecture here. It is so rich and ornate. The private school they took us to last night ( http://www.fettes.com/ ) was unbelievable. It makes you realize how young and unsophisticated North America is....

    To Art's shock....I did make it into a church and did make it out in one piece although I did stick to the round part so the devil couldn't corner me....

    Here's a picture of the front of the place we were at last night....very, very impressed with the people and the culture...
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    As you migfht know, my grandpa was from Rutherglen. Lots of neat stuff in scotland.

    I'd be looking to play a round at Old Saint Andrew's.
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    Good morning, Bret and everyone!
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  7. #22302
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    Unhappy

    Update on the "Old One" @ Shady Pines. The infection in my leg has now been diagnosed as osteomyelitis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icehouse View Post
    Update on the "Old One" @ Shady Pines. The infection in my leg has now been diagnosed as osteomyelitis.
    Don't you just love it when they use some overly generic term to make it sound like they know what they are doing? This is almost as bad as after two years of extensive, weekly study for when I used to have nearly daily headaches, they diagnosed me as having multiple headache syndrome....DUH!?

    This is why we say that the medical industry "practices" medicine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    Don't you just love it when they use some overly generic term to make it sound like they know what they are doing? This is almost as bad as after two years of extensive, weekly study for when I used to have nearly daily headaches, they diagnosed me as having multiple headache syndrome....DUH!?

    This is why we say that the medical industry "practices" medicine.
    Tell me about it. If we made as many F**k ups they would put us out of business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icehouse View Post
    Update on the "Old One" @ Shady Pines. The infection in my leg has now been diagnosed as osteomyelitis.
    This is extremely dangerous (as you already know). My son had a collar bone break, pinned, and infected. It was treated as an ordinary infection for a month or two. When it flared up while he was on Air Force reserve duty, the military doctors diagnosed it as osteomyelitis and they removed some of the diseased bone and started a very aggressive antibiotic treatment. He took the medicine through a picc line for a couple of months. This worked for him andI hope that your doctors don't dally around with this.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osteomyelitis
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    Quote Originally Posted by icehouse View Post
    Tell me about it. If we made as many F**k ups they would put us out of business.
    GOt that right!!!!!!
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    eveing all
    If you help others then you are a Success

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    Morning guys. Got me a summer cold. Yuck.

    But, I have to soldier on.
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