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Thank ye Shaun. Loved being able to go along on the ride!
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What a great tale my friend !!! other then the midges id say ... I wish I was there.... The roads look fantastic and the adventure to find a campsite added to the excitement... I think I will go to Scotland out of midge season shocked


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