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    There are a couple of places you may like to try....

    There are a couple of places you may like to try. There's the pier at Granton (sort of north of the town) and then there are the rocks down near North Berwick (but thats a fair way out to the east)....
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    It's on BEEB2 at eight o'clock, Mon to Thurs next...

    It's on BEEB2 at eight o'clock, Mon to Thurs next week...
    ps don't forget the delightful Kate.
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    Had to go to the hospital today for an X-ray on...

    Had to go to the hospital today for an X-ray on an iffy knee(it don't half b***er up the fishing) and when I came out it was 10 degrees and bluidy SNOWING.
    This is just north od Edinburgh.
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    I noticed from the link one of her sponsors is...

    I noticed from the link one of her sponsors is the "King of Shaves", could be very useful for getting into the lycra suit ???
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    On the eastern edge of the Stanford Battle...

    On the eastern edge of the Stanford Battle Training Area, in deepest Norfolk, Thompson Water was frozen to a depth of 2 to 3feet (max depth at that time was about 6ft) in 62/63.
    A few of us decided...
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