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10-05-2015, 09:53 AM   #16
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drink them all before you'll get there
Just give the heads up a little earlier then and can be there for the grand uncorking.

Besides if you finish them all off, I don't want to be the one to have to carry you home and explain to Mrs Madshutter...

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Just give the heads up a little earlier then and can be there for the grand uncorking.

Besides if you finish them all off, I don't want to be the one to have to carry you home and explain to Mrs Madshutter...
Very true I surely appreciate your totally unselfish dedication to help keeping the family together, plus what good does it to drink magic alone, right? I'll be on Skye next spring for my workshop, and will sure take the chance to replenish the whisky cabinet with a visit to Carbost you are very welcome to join us for a dram or three if you are in the area!
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Nor me, mind you I'm sitting here just now with one of the fine products of the said Carbost distillery... Storm if you can get to sample a dram somewhere, I throughly recommend it.
Quite possibly my favourite scotch. Nice.
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Talisker at dusk is fine. It's Talisker first thing in the morning you have to worry about

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Hi Vieri,

great shot! Especially appreciated if one knows the effort behind ;-)

Regards, Udo
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Talisker at dusk is fine. It's Talisker first thing in the morning you have to worry about
Indeed! Though one can argue that Talisker is good any time of the day...

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Hi Vieri,

great shot! Especially appreciated if one knows the effort behind ;-)

Regards, Udo
Hello Udo,

Thank you very much! Indeed - not easy, I had to run away from the stone I was on after the one shot before the rising tide would make me swim back...

Best,

Vieri
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